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Have you tried Serial to Ethernet communication?

Have you tried Serial to Ethernet communication?

More than 50 developers tested Wiznet modules during Pizza workshops in Brno, Bratislava and Budapest.

The main topic of Pizzaworkshop was Ethernet communication via Wiznet modules. Developers had a chance to test how fast and simple it is to connect the device to Ethernet and all of this was led by Joachim Wülbeck from Wiznet.Developers also tried working with EVB kits WIZ550S2E, as well as innovative WiZwiki-W7500. There were also answers for many questions about settings, programming, sending and receiving serial data via Ethernet, as well as troubleshooting the proposed applications.

Pictures will tell you more about how it looked like during the workshop… :-)

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