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Serial Port to Network Interface

, 15 Mar 2009
Implementing a serial port to network user interface.
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About the Author

Paul Van Bellinghen
Software Developer (Senior) Autoliv Electronics
United States United States
I've been an embedded software developer for 34 years - almost as long as electronic system manufacturers began using microprocessors for real-time controllers. In more recent years, I have been using Microsoft Visual Basic/C++ Studio to create GUIs to test embedded system code developed by myself or other team members. Much of this code was developed using free code found on this web site.

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