A simple embedded system will often consist of half a dozen integrated circuits (ICs) in addition to at least one if not more methods of communicating with the macro world.  In recent years, networking and USB have more and more become the standard to bridge the gap between the bits and bytes of the microcontroller and the user.  In addition to these macro communication interfaces, a plethora of inter-circuit protocols have arisen to communicate with the ever expanding peripheral offerings of our digital world.


Beningo Engineering has the understanding and experience to not only develop the communication protocols for communicating with the macro world but also have extensive experience developing drivers and system level interfaces to communicate with peripheral systems such as GPS, bluetooth, wi-fi, CAN, IR, network stacks, sensors, audio, displays, radios, vehicles and much more.  While our experience is too extensive to completely list below, a general summary of some of our more popular offerings interfaces can be found below:

  • USB
  • SPI
  • UART
  • I2C
  • RS-232
  • RS-485
  • CAN
  • LIN
  • TCP/IP (HTTP, SMTP, FTP, DHCP, SNMP, RTP, Sockets, etc)
  • Wireless Protocols (802.11 a/b/g/n/p)
  • Zigbee
  • Ax25 Packet Communication
  • Modbus


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