December 16, 2010 AT 7:17 am
HOW TO – WiFi for Arduino with Asus WL-520gu
WiFi for Arduino with Asus WL-520gu @ todbot blog. Tod writes –
I love Arduino but its lack of wireless bugs me. And it sucks that WiFi Shields for the Arduino cost as much a cell phone. I want something cheap. Turns out, small, cheap WiFi routers like the Asus WL-520gu can run the DD-WRT Linux firmware and act as serial-to-network gateway for Arduinos (or most any other USB device). Here’s how to do it.
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