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How to give your Arduino wireless capability

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

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...

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