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Embedded Systems Architecture by Daniele Lacamera

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The Internet Protocols

Standardized at the beginning of the 1980s, the Internet Protocol stack, mostly referred to nowadays as TCP/IP, is a family of network, transport, and application protocols providing standard communication over a wide range of technologies and interfaces.

As we have observed, the embedded industry is specialized enough to operate at the edge of the standards, but a new research trend is taking TCP/IP communication back to its original place as the established standard for network communication, due to the increasing influence of the existing IT infrastructure in distributed systems including small, low-power, cost-effective embedded systems. Creating custom non-IP protocol stacks is, in almost all cases, not worth the ...

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