Ethernet Remote Controller

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2011
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Israa Khader
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In this project, we try a recently developed system that can be accessed via the Internet. The experiment consists of two primary elements communicating with each other: i) a server consisting of a low-cost microcontroller, PIC18F4620 interfaced with an embedded Ethernet IC, WIZ110SR, and ii) a client computer. The client computer sends/receives data to/from the microcontroller using TCP packets. The client computer connects to the server using C# application that allows the user to command the status of the device via a graphical user interface. The interface includes a slider and text input box for our microcontroller based Remote control methodology can be readily applied to monitor and control other experimental hardware over the Internet.
In this project, we try a recently developed system that can be accessed via the Internet. The experiment consists of two primary elements communicating with each other: i) a server consisting of a low-cost microcontroller, PIC18F4620 interfaced with an embedded Ethernet IC, WIZ110SR, and ii) a client computer. The client computer sends/receives data to/from the microcontroller using TCP packets. The client computer connects to the server using C# application that allows the user to command the status of the device via a graphical user interface. The interface includes a slider and text input box for our microcontroller based Remote control methodology can be readily applied to monitor and control other experimental hardware over the Internet.
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