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Design and Development of ARM Processor Based Web Server

By V. Billy Rakesh Roy, Sanket Dessai, S. G. Shiva and Prasad Yadav


Abstract—As the World-Wide Web (WWW) continues to evolve, it is clear that its underlying technologies are useful for much more than just browsing the web. Web browsers have become the de facto standard user interface for a variety of applications including embedded real time applications such as Remote Data Acquisition System. This brings in a need for web services being deployed on various embedded processors such as Advanced RISC Machine (ARM) in real time context. The main aim of the project is to develop an embedded web server using ARM9 processor and a Real Time Operating System, µC/OS-II. µC/OS-II is used to monitor all the tasks of the web server. Embedded C language has been used for the software implementation of the embedded web server. The web pages which are required for the web server were developed using HTML. The µC/OS-II was successfully ported on the ARM and the web server application is configured with the operating system (µC/OS-II). Both, the operating system and the web server application are ported on the ARM9. This embedded web server is tested for its working, using a data acquisition web application hosted over a network of PC's. This embedded web server which is developed by using Embedded C language can be beneficial for mission critical applications, remote data acquisition systems, ATM network and more. The developed web server accelerates business performance by automating and orchestrating processes across total enterprises. Enterprise users can collaborate more flexibly and cost-effectively with business and trading partners

Topics: Index Terms — Embedded Web Server, µC/OS-II, ARM, Web
Year: 2013
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