Ok, thank you for clarifying the diff on those two. I’ll go with the Domino now.
Yes, I’m a beginner. Just started about 3 months ago. I’m using a zilog dev kit and already learned how to use its LED and some basic program w/ C.
As for the Bluetooth, yes I will be using a Bluetooth module as serial connection and I’ve already learned how to use it with the zilog dev kit to: initiate automatic connections, and send simple strings to the terminal.
As for C#, I only have experience on C++(old non gui) and basic 2008( used vb08 to create my own hyperterminal-like gui program to plot some data from the MCU) , but there are many resources about C#, so it may not be much of a problem…
As for the file transfer protocol, that’s what I’m trying to do right now. I trying to send a txt file to my zilog dev kit but I still don’t know what to put in my MCU to receive the file. Need to study more…
Do you think it can be done by a beginner in a matter of 2-3 months?
I’ve just read a brief difference on the various file transfer protocols in the hyperterminal. As I see it, Ymodem and Zmodem is good. Ymodem is like Xmodem but sends 1k byte packets instead of 128 bytes on Xmodem, and Zmodem that has an error checking on packets.
Ymodem - bigger packets = smaller number of packets = easier to assemble ???
Zmodem - resends packets when error occur
Are these protocols harder to implement on the Domino?