Interested in learning about the nuts and bolts of OpenLCB / NMRAnet? Thinking about making your own hardware? In this clinic, we explore the workings of OpenLCB / NMRAnet at a low level, providing the foundation for designing your own hardware and software. Topics include: the OpenLCB stack; using CAN for transport; basic OpenLCB messages and protocols; designing higher- level protocols; best practices for hardware and software design.
This talk was originally given at the NMRA 2012 National Convention in Grand Rapids MI, on 1 August 2012
In this clinic, we provide a beginner’s view of how the new NMRAnet S-9.7 works, and how it can be deployed on your layout. We will offer a demonstration of the capabilities of NMRAnet hardware, and how to use it.
This talk was originally given at the NMRA 2012 National Convention in Grand Rapids MI, on 31 July 2012