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WiFi-Jacket: Atmel-based MRF24 WiFi development board

Posted on Thursday, January 5th, 2012 in dev boards by DP

Léon and a couple of his mates made a development board for the Microchip MRF24WB0MB/RM WiFi module. It’s based on the Atmel ATmega328 microcontroller and features lots of breakout pins, as well as some LEDs and buttons.

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6 Responses to “WiFi-Jacket: Atmel-based MRF24 WiFi development board”

  1. Sjaak says:

    Are there non-microchip stack IP implementations for this WiFi board? or are the registers public?

    Last time I looked the only way to use this board is by the microchip stack and thus pics as microcontroller.

  2. Tom says:

    Looks interesting but can’t connect to the website… Wonder if you can buy it? BTW Asynclabs had Arduino shield with MRF24WB0MB but they discountinued over a year ago, good they kept the library.

  3. Shadyman says:

    Seeed also sells an MRF24 on a Bee-footprint carrier board (Using the WiShield library):
    http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/wifi-bee-p-823.html?cPath=139_141

  4. The driver says:

    Léon,
    I have seen it I have smelt. ;-) It looks good and its possible to load a bootloader á la Arduino with all his libraries all things ar posible where you dream off.
    A nice great development board.

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