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August 28, 2017 AT 3:00 pm

Build your own WiFi Strength Meter

Wifi monitor WIuqSyBPQJ

Nice project from Katelyn Rule up on Hackster.io.

I am an Computer Science Sophomore who is an intern at a small rural water plant facility. I was asked to create a system that would allow remote monitoring of the level of the water tank in a rural water system.

Part of this meant that I would have to put a sensor on the water tank. The tank is nowhere near electrical power, it’s in a cellular dead zone, but is within a quarter mile of the community center’s public WiFi. Because of this, the easiest route to get information from the tank monitor was the public WiFi.

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