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WiFiDuino = WiFi + Arduino

Posted on Monday, May 13th, 2013 in Arduino, wireless by DP

WiFiDuino

TheHardwarer has designed this WiFiDuino, an Arduino board that has a WiFi module:

WiFiDuino is a new Arduino board that has a WiFi module. The circuit is based on the famous open source “Arduino Micro” from Arduino and Adafruit. To add WiFi connection, the new module “CC3000” from TI is used.

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2 Responses to “WiFiDuino = WiFi + Arduino”

  1. It’s great but still no one has made the Arduino library for this module.

  2. M. Jawed says:

    Hi,

    Could someone upload the eagle files for this WiFiDuino board please. I have all the required components to assemble one.
    Otherwise, I have to design the board from scratch for ATmega328 with CC3000 module on my own. Anyone need this Eagle design for this, let me know.
    Cheers!!!

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