How to give your Arduino wireless capability
It seems the Ethernet Shield is unnecessary if you want to connect your Arduino to WiFi via the cheap TP-Link WR703N router. This is due to the fact that the router can be hacked with OpenWrt making it a Linux box with a fully functional USB. For those of us who are not afraid of solder fumes, there is also the possibility to connect a microcontroller directly to the serial lines of the router.
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