■ PHOTO 3. This is where any routing mistakes we
missed will shine through. If we’re lucky, there will be only
small errors that we can fix without damaging the board.
Otherwise, we learn from our mistakes, correct them, and
send for new boards.
IT’S TIME TO MAKE THE DOUGHNUTS
Not really. However, in the next installment of Design
Cycle I’ll show you how to tailor the Microchip TCP/IP
stack to the PIC24FJ128GA006’s I/O structure. We also
will learn how to define our network to the TCP/IP stack.
So, in the meantime get out that soldering iron and get
with putting together your ZeroG - PIC24FJ128GA006
■ PHOTO 4. Here’s the fruit of our labor and it works!
Fred Eady can be contacted via email
ZeroG ZG2100M Wi-Fi Module; MPLAB ICD3;
Microchip TCP/IP Stack