This embedded internet development board allows you to evaluate TCP/IP and internet connectivity. It includes both a 56K modem and a 10Mb ethernet connection. A version of Microchip's TCP/IP stack API has been ported to the board, so you can develop your own applications. To use the modem, you need to have a PPP connection from your internet service provider.
Embedded Internet Board Features
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- Microchip PIC18F6722 CPU
- Realtek 8019A NE2000 Compatible NIC IC with RJ45 Ethernet Jack
- Integrated 56K Modem with RJ11 Phone Jack
- RS-232 Port (with cable) and RS-232 Level Converter
- Two LEDs
- Two Pushbuttons
- Two Potentiometers
- RJ12 Jack for connecting MPLAB ICD2 or CCS ICD
This board also is available as part of a PIC Embedded Internet Development Kit that includes a full C Compiler with IDE, an In-Circuit Debugger/Programmer, and a copy of TCP/IP Lean by Jeremy Bentham. The kit saves you $60 from buying the parts individually, plus it comes with power supply and carrying case.