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Implementing 802.11 with Microcontrollers: Wireless Networking f US$75.95

ELV9780750678650
Implementing 802.11 with Microcontrollers: Wireless Networking f

Implementing 802.11 with Microcontrollers: Wireless Networking for Embedded Systems Designers is a practical reference that guides you through the hardware and firmware necessary to design a wireless embedded device. Author Fred Eady demonstrates the use of off-the-shelf microcontrollers from Microchip and Atmel and the popular 802.11 modules from DPAC Technology in designing a fully operational wireless networking device. The book gives a thorough introduction to 802.11 technology and puts it into perspective against the other wireless standard options. Just enough theory and mathematics are provided to give the depth of understanding needed for practical design work.

Softcover, 400 pages, CD-ROM included (containing all of the code, schematics and programs necessary to implement embedded 802.11 wireless networking)

Topics

  • DPAC module introduction and theory
  • Laptop wireless Ethernet card introduction and theory
  • Implementing the DPAC module in an embedded environment
  • Introduction to PCMCIA-to-microcontroller interfacing
  • Implementing the laptop wireless Ethernet card in an embedded environment

Contents

  • Chapter 1: Why Are We Doing This?
  • Chapter 2: The AirDrop-P
  • Chapter 3: The AirDrop-A
  • Chapter 4: 802.11b CompactFlash Network Interface Cards
  • Chapter 5: Talking With 802.11b CompactFlash NICs
  • Chapter 6: Touring the Card Information Structure
  • Chapter 7: Learning to Talk to 802.11b CompactFlash NICs
  • Chapter 8: Setting Up An AirDrop Wireless Network
  • Chapter 9: AirDrop Driver Basics
  • Chapter 10: Putting an AirDrop on a Wireless LAN
  • Chapter 11: Processing 802.11b Frames with the AirDrop
  • Chapter 12: PINGING the AirDrop
  • Chapter 13: Flying Cargo with UDP and the AirDrop
  • Chapter 14: Flying Cargo with TCP/IP and the AirDrop
  • Chapter 15: WEP and the AirDrop
  • Chapter 16: A New Kid in Town Who Calls Himself ZigBee
  • Chapter 17: Parting Frames


This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 06 June, 2006.

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