Microcontrollers Access The Web

[Kenneth Finnegan] is back with another video showing some cool stuff he’s doing to connect his microcontrollers to the internet. Usually, we see this done with a prebuilt module like an iobridge. [Kenneth] is using a Microchip ENC28j60 module for the communication and he’s managed to stuff it all onto a tiny Electroboards piece.  [Kenneth] is starting to become a regular around here.

[via HackedGadgets]

10 thoughts on “Microcontrollers Access The Web

  1. Neat project. The only time I think wire becomes a problem due to EMF is when it gets to lengths above a few inches. May get some interference, but I don’t think it’s enough to wreak havok. Same idea with actual pcb traces.

  2. >The only time I think wire becomes a problem due to EMF is when it gets to lengths above a few inches

    For Ethernet, 11mm is the accepted limit for untwisted cable.

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