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    Ethernet with PIC microcontroller

    Is it possible to send or receive data through Ethernet using any module and PIC micro controller?

    Arduino shield with arduino can be used but I want to do it using PIC microcontroller and modules like, W5500 Ethernet Network Module?

    If so then give me some guideline... TIA
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    Re: Ethernet with PIC microcontroller



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    Re: Ethernet with PIC microcontroller

    Do you want to build your own board or do you want to just try this out (i.e. use a development board)?
    What sort of MCU are you looking at: 8-bit, 16-bit or 32-bit? Also what else does the MCU have to do - in particular what sort of ethernet interactions are you looking for: web server, device controller.....? This will help you determine how big a processor and how much memory you will need.
    How much of the Ethernet controller do you want built in to the MCU - if 'none' then all you need to look at is the interface between the MCU and the ethernet device; if any other answer, then go to http://www.microchip.com/design-cent...-mcus/overview and start looking at the options.
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    Re: Ethernet with PIC microcontroller

    I wan to use W5500 Ethernet Network Module and a PIC microcontroller. Total work for this project will be just to send 3/4 links only. If I use W5500 Ethernet Network Module then is there any PIC microcontroller that can be used for this job? Arduino Mega is easy to use for this job just a Shield is enough. But That will be a prototype. I want to make something dedicated for this work only and as small as possible keeping MCUs in DIP.
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    Re: Ethernet with PIC microcontroller

    Any PIC supporting SPI interface can be used.


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    Re: Ethernet with PIC microcontroller

    you can also use an atmega chip, it's like an arduino but the size of a chip. no need to reinvent the wheel with a pic if it works for you with an arduino.



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