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From: "georges Konstantinidis"
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Subject: Re: RCM3200/Rabbit 3000 Development Kit
Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2002 20:16:42 +0100
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I 'have seen that only Dynamic C® SE development software is included in the
kit. Isn't enough?
Do you have myabe an alternative to that development kit?
Best regards, Georges.
"Richard Dungan" a écrit dans le message de news:
> "georges Konstantinidis" wrote:
> [posting list cut back to s.e.d, but OP should also consider posting to
> >I'm about to buy the Development KIT from Rabbit Semiconductor to test
> >TCP/IP connection. I'm designing a system which needs to be connected and
> >controlled via the LAN. Rabbit sells a TCP/IP embedded controller.
> >If you have an opinion or remarks about that kit, please let me know. If
> >have experience with another TCP/IP embedded chip, let me know too.
> I have designed one fairly widely used product based on the older
> RCM2200 and the Z-World TCP/IP engine.
> The C language implementation is non-standard (non-ANSI) and the design
> environment can be a little quirky. That said, for what I was doing,
> (modified telnet as a data bearer, plus a minimal page of HTML for
> status), the IP engine in its latest release seems to be solid. You
> could not call it particularly fast, however.
> Z-World support was generally good.
> You should consider investing in Dynamic C Premier Edition if you are
> doing a serious development.
> ------------Richard Dungan-------------
> Radix Electronic Designs, Orpington, UK
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