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Re: ethernet to parallel/serial converter



16 bit of output = 16 bit che possano essere settati a 1 oppure 0 , non
16 porte seriali !
oltretutto esistono già dei print server da 3 parallele a 99 euro , che
però per il mio uso sono un po' "grossi" ... quello che cercavo era una
schedina piccola ....
quelli che mi hai mandato sono dei terminal server !

On 10 May 2004 at 16:33, emilio brambilla wrote:

> hello,
>
> look at TS100 in this page:
> http://www.cyclades.com/products/2/ts_series
>
> it's 100% linux based and you can also (cross)compile additional
> software; it costs a few hundreds of euros
>
> Leonardo Boselli wrote:
> > Sorry for an hardware question:
> > I would need a [_relatively_ cheap and small] device with the following
> > capabilities:
> >  a. one ethernet input
> >  b. at least 16 bit of output
> > This device should be addressed as a normal ethernet device, with a
> > standard tcp stack, yopu just send two or more byte that would apopear
> > on the output.
> > optionally one byte of input .
> > End of requirement
> > Someone has helps to do or even a project to build it ?
> > (even an USB one would fit)
> >
> >    --
> > Leonardo Boselli
> > Nucleo Informatico e Telematico del Dipartimento Ingegneria Civile
> > Universita` di Firenze , V. S. Marta 3 - I-50139 Firenze
> > tel +39 0554796431 cell +39 3488605348 fax +39 055495333
> > http://www.dicea.unifi.it/~leo
> >
> >
>
> --
> Bye,
> emilio
>

--
Leonardo Boselli
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Universita` di Firenze
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I-50139 Firenze
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