Embedded ATMEL HTTP Server

by Tzeming Tan, Jeremy

Abstract: The objective of this project was to design and build an embedded
HTTP server using a microcontroller chip. The webserver required the
implementation of the interface with Ethernet as well as several internet protocols
such as TCP/IP and ARP. This embedded web server is able to serve small,
static web pages as well as perform certain useful laboratory lab functions such
as displaying the current temperature read by the microcontroller from a
thermometer, on the webpage. While the capabilities of the embedded webserver
are no where near that of a regular server computer, its small size and relatively
low cost makes it more practical for some applications. The web server was built,
tested to work, and a temperature reporting feature added to it.

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