Tcp/ip thesis

Mar 2015 – Jun 2015 Controlling the Raspberry Pi via the WebSocket protocol Tanzstunde: Raspberry Pi steuern mit Android Raspberry Pi Geek – Linux New Media USA, LLC Linux Magazine – COMPUTEC MEDIA GmbH Abstract: The various small computers with relatively powerful microprocessors now on the market are attractive to developers, engineers, and makers alike. The processors provide fast and easy access to hardware buses via I2C, 1-Wire, or SPI, allowing users to combine the worlds of software and electronics. Connecting data to the real world – for example, by reading external sensors or controlling actuators – calls for simple and efficient communication between a client and server, as provided by the WebSocket protocol. Basically, this technology is used when you want to realize fast and powerful, bi-directional communication in real time between web applications and clients. In this article, I present two sample projects involving the operation of a Raspberry Pi as a WebSocket server to which a WebSocket client sends asynchronous broadcast messages […]

The SPWF04 is a small size, power-efficient FCC (US), CE (EU) and IC (Industry Canada) certified Wi-Fi module, enabling standalone or serial-to-Wi-Fi operation modes leveraging its ARM® Cortex®-M4 STM32 microcontroller. It supports advanced Internet-security features - including WPA2-Enterprise - and comes with a full-featured TCP/IP protocol stack with WebSocket support. The SPWF04 is available in two options: the SPWF04SA with a highly efficient built-in ISM-band antenna and the SPWF04SC with a connector for adding an external antenna and its ideal for: 

Tcp/ip thesis

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