This is an incredibly simple breadboard-friendly project built using the MKR1000 and a Nokia monochrome LCD from the Arduino Slovakia folks – if you have these spare parts laying around this could be a fun project for the field. The lone sketch file is here on GitHub.
In this article we try scanning Wi-Fi network using the Arduino MKR1000 . We will be based on a model example that comes to the library WiFi101, but modify the program so that the results appear on the screen Nokia 5110 .
Scan WiFi network is grateful for each project onlookers. Put together a scanner, you can still go to settlement and follow what networks there are. Or do you just sit at the table and watch what all is in your vicinity. For example, I can see from my table 5-7 on networks. Two of which they are at my house and surrounding are somewhere in the nearby apartments.
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