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ETHERNET Example for mikromedia plus PIC32MX7


Author: Darko Ilijevski

Last Updated: 2017-06-08

Category: Ethernet

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Simple example that sets up a simple network page and drives the on screen virtual LEDs on a micromedia plus PIC32MX7. The LEDs can also drive the page, which indicates which light is lit.

The example is written in mikroBASIC PRO for PIC32

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