Why are communciation protocols presented as Stacks (vertical) rather than as a conveyor belt (horizontal)?
The OSI model and other models represent a communication system as a stack of multiple layers. In this case we get a vertical structure where "user" is at the top and the receiver of communication at ...
Is it possible exploit stack buffer overflows on an Arduino board?
PHYs, Protocol Stacks and MACs, where can I find a simple good tutorial that uses a simple protocol to teach these concepts
With modern communication standards like USB, Ethernet, PCIe there is a lot of complexity involved as data is recieved/transmitted. I want to understand the concepts of PHY; Protocol Stack that ...
How can a CPU not support a stack? Doesn't any architecture that uses subroutines (I'm pretty sure that's all architectures) have to push the return address onto the stack so it can return to where it ...
I know many of the lower-end PICs have fixed hardware stacks that can become an issue during firmware development. I've recently heard that the PIC24-series (and maybe just anything above PIC18 ...
I am new on the forum and am currently working on a project to design an ethernet electronic board. I will have a microcontroller 32-bit with an external PHY. I wanted to know : depending on the ...
I am trying to understand how real time operating systems work. I have looked at the source codes of some RTOSes. I want to learn by creating my simple RTOS, something like FLIRT. I am using PIC16 ...