Video about bit stuffing

Video about bit stuffing

My latest video blog is now available. This time I am looking at bit stuffing – a technique used in…

Securing IoT devices

Securing IoT devices

From time to time, I feature guest blogs from colleagues in Mentor or elsewhere. This week I am pleased to…

EtherCAT – networking for real-time industrial embedded systems

EtherCAT – networking for real-time industrial embedded systems

For many years, I would regularly be asked about networking options for embedded systems. Commonly, the query was about real…

Using an embedded Web server

Using an embedded Web server

I have another article published over at embedded.com. This time I am looking at an interesting adaptation of technology, where…

Brillo – a brilliant OS or a scouring pad?

Brillo – a brilliant OS or a scouring pad?

Computers have had operating systems almost since the beginning – 60 years or so anyway. Embedded systems are a bit…

IPv6 – some guidance to the uninitiated

IPv6 – some guidance to the uninitiated

My contributions to embedded.com continue apace and I endeavour to cover a wide spread of subjects. My latest piece, which…

Bit stuffing – an article about network protocols

Bit stuffing – an article about network protocols

I am a strong advocate for not “reinventing the wheel”. Doing something from scratch, unless you really have a novel…

The Internet (or not) of Things

The Internet (or not) of Things

When I made the very first posting ┬áto this blog, more than five years ago, I made the observation that…

Who needs a Web server?

Who needs a Web server?

I was having some trouble with my Internet connection recently. I will probably never know exactly what was wrong [as…