FreeMODBUS - A Modbus ASCII/RTU and TCP implementation


latest release v1.5 - 6 June 2010
 

Here I would like to thank all the people who assisted me in developing FreeModbus. They are listed in no particular order and I am grateful to all of them.

  • Many thanks goes to my colleague P. Puffler who assisted me in design questions and shared his wisdom with me. Thanks!
  • I would like to thank A. Novak for actually working with the protocol stack and reporting bugs to me. Thanks!
  • Thanks a lot to Tran Minh Hoang for his contribution to the AVR port. He added ATmega8, ATmega16, ATmega32 and ATmega169 support.
  • Thanks a lot to Richard C Sandoz Jr. who contributed the ATmega128 port.
  • Thanks to my friend C. Loibl for supporting FreeModbus by supplying hosting services.
  • Thanks a lot to Clive Brooks for donating the MSP430 hardware. This made the MSP430 even possible.
  • Thanks a lot to Marc Lalonde from Alphatronique for donating a complete ARM7 development kit for the Philips LPC2000 ARM7 core.
  • Special thanks to Tiago Prado Lone from Maxwell Bohr electronics for contributing the LPC214X and the Z8Encore port.
  • Special thanks to Steven Guo for providing the Linux/TCP port.
  • Special thanks to Gang Sun for translating the website to chinese.
  • Thanks a lot to Trond Melen for providing the HCS08 port.


FreeMODBUS library and web page maintained by Christian Walter [wolti at sil dot at]
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