Publisher : The Korean Institute of Information and Commucation Engineering
DOI : 10.6109/jkiice.2015.19.11.2584
Title & Authors
Development of User Protocol Converter about Modbus and NMEA0183 Eum, Sang-hee; Hong, Sung-ki;
In this paper, we want to able to reduce the time effectively about the analysis of protocol and development of protocol converter in industrial network. For this purpose, we developed the user protocol converter that can be to analysing the communication protocol in the industrial network. and also that is able to converting to user protocol and transmitting to another network. The developed user protocol converter was consist of S/W and H/W, and is supporting the Modbus, the NMEA0183 and the ethernet. The hardware main processor was used the AVR128, and placed the serial communication part and the ethernet part in converter board. The experiment results, we acquired very high transmission rate and conversion rate.
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