is a low cost, flexible, open architecture.
It is a complete system with simple embedded controllers, and browsing
UDP-based communications reduce complexity, overhead,
and network traffic, allowing even the smallest 8-bit controllers to be placed
directly on the Internet.
very-low cost controller nodes on the Internet,
any IP-oriented network such as a company intranet or a personal LAN.
networking is readily supported by PC operating systems.
allows nodes to be placed anywhere in the world.
philosophy leads to a low cost,
flexible and open architecture.
complete system with nodes, node programming, and browsing utilities.
communications reduce complexity, overhead, and
even the smallest 8-bit controllers may be placed directly on the Internet.
messages may be simple C-strings, binary streams,
or even simple XML scripts to encapsulate data and context.
RITA messages may be transmitted over TCP or UDP.
common browsers may be used to view data graphically.
family of single-board controllers, called RITA nodes,
10Base-T Ethernet drivers.
first in the family, the Rita-51 is an 8051-based
the RITA Nodes
Rigel Corporationís free IDE with C compiler,
use third-party development tools.
free NetApiXX library implements networking
is an example for the Rita-51).
the RitaBrowser, or use a UDP terminal program
such as the UNIX netcat, or write your own web page (example)
to monitor and control the RITA nodes.
appliances, industrial automation and control,
monitoring and automation, classroom instruction, hobby electronics.
| Rita-51 | Rita-51J
| Design Philosophy | RitaBrowser
| NetApi51 | Example
| Ping Utility