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PostPosted: Wed Nov 18, 2009 11:35 pm    Post subject: iMCU7100 and Bascom-8051 Reply with quote

Still a long way to go but the first steps have been made. Bascom-8051 and the iMCU7100, a 8051 with hardcoded TCP/IP from WizNet. Changed the REG51.DAT file a bit, adding the extra registers of the W7100. And now, with a simple program, the three LEDs on PORT0.3, PORT0.4 and PORT0.5 are blinking. This is the board, you get when you enter the Circuit Cellar Wiznet contest

And here a picture of the WizISP, the program is put in the W7100 through the serial port.


The W7100.DAT file can be downloaded from my weblog http://benshobbycorner.nl

It is just a beginning, LCD not working, serial port not working (all things working with the timers). Have still some reading of datasheets to do.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 01, 2009 10:24 am    Post subject: Got it working!! W7100 Reply with quote

All working now on the iMCU7100.

Check http://benshobbycorner.nl

For 6,90 dollar you get an 8051 with hardcoded TCP/IP. If you look at the iMCU7100EVB board you will see you only need a handfull of components to get TCP/IP working. Standard 8051 SFR, extended SFR. 64 Kbytes flash, 64 Kbytes RAM, 64 Kbytes for TCP/IP. 8 sockets.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 12:16 am    Post subject: PING, UDP, HTTP... Reply with quote



Small tutorial on my homepage.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 9:34 pm    Post subject: Eagle Library for the W7100 Reply with quote

Now there is an Eagle Library for the W7100



http://benshobbycorner.nl/wp-filez/IMCU_W7100.lbr

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 04, 2010 5:04 pm    Post subject: Bootrom W7100... Reply with quote

Seems to be that I am the only one working with the W7100 Cool

W7100 uses a bootrom to flash the code into the chip and to read and write the data flash. A call to &H07FD after filling some registers should do the trick. But I don't like the idea of some mistery code in my program so time to read the bootrom.

http://benshobbycorner.nl/?p=185



Have a very nice application running at the moment, but the W7100 has no EEPROM to store IP, Gateway, netmask so I am trying to get the dataflash 'working'.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 28, 2010 8:41 pm    Post subject: To continue the One Man W7100-Show... Reply with quote

The W7100 has 256 byte of dataflash. It can be used to store IP-number, NetMask, Gateway, MAC etc. during configuration. You can access it by using a routine in the W7100-bootrom

Here is the code:
Code:

$regfile = "W7100.DAT"
$crystal = 11059200
$baud = 115200
$default XRAM
$large

Tl1=&HFC
Th1=&HFE

$romstart = &H0800

Dim Dataflash(256) as byte
Dim Q as word

Q = varptr(Dataflash(1))
Wconf.7 = 0 'no reboot
Wconf.6 = 0 'activate bootrom
Tmpr0 = low(q)
Tmpr1 = high(q)
Ispaddrh = Tmpr1
Ispaddrl = Tmpr0
Ispid = &HD2 'read
Call &H07FD
Wconf.6 = 1 'deactivate bootrom

End


In the code an array called Dataflash is dimensioned and a pointer is set to the address where it is stored in external SRAM (Q). The write is almost the same, you only have to change the Ispid.

The $romstart = &H0800 is done to allow the bootrom code to be loaded in the lower part of Code memory. With Wconf.7 you can tell the microcontroller you want a restart after finishing the bootrom-access, or you don't want a reset. With the Wconf.6 you activate the bootrom.

I also found out that $default Xram can be used for all variables but the strings. The strings has to be stored in internal SRAM.

It still is a very nice chip.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2010 10:13 pm    Post subject: Distinctive Excellence Award!! Reply with quote

If you are interested, we got a Distinctive Excellence Award and here is the documentation with the Bascom-8051 code.

http://members.home.nl/bzijlstra/software/examples/Proj_003022_Track_and_trace.doc

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2010 10:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote



great Ben!
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