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    A callback handler based ethernet stack implementation optimized for AVR microcontrollers. For now, the only controller supported is the ENC28J60. However it is easy to integrate different controllers as the interface your driver has to provide is fairly simple. Developed by the hobbyist programmers and electrical engineering students Niklas Fritz and Alexander Gladis

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