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Sonoff Slampher: WiFi Smart LED Light Bulb Socket Holder @ ITEAD
Sonoff Slampher is a 433MHz RF controlled & WiFi smart light bulb socket that can connect to light bulbs with E27 screw base. Slampher smart bulb socket transmits data to a cloud platform through a WiFi Router, which enables users to remotely control connected light bulbs, via the App eWeLink on their smartphone. The server of Slampher WiFi LED light bulb holder is Amazon AWS global server.
wifi  homeautomation  socket  lighting  itead 
8 days ago by cyberchucktx
Transform Raspberry Pi in hot spot Wifi with captive portal (1/2) – Raspberry Pi Home Server
If you want to share your wireless connection but to control who can use it, You can set up a captive portal which will look like what do SFR or Free for example.
raspberrypi  sysadmin  wifi  portal  networking 
8 days ago by cyberchucktx
WiFi LED Light Strip Controller: 7 Steps (with Pictures)
If you follow this Instructable, you will have a fully-functioning WiFi controller for your LED lights, along with an app for your iOS or Android phone or tablet.
Instructable  tutorial  led  wifi  leds 
10 days ago by cyberchucktx
Universal e-Paper Driver Board with WiFi SoC ESP8266 onboard, supports various Waveshare SPI e-Paper raw panels
This is a universal driver board for e-Paper raw panels, thanks to the WiFi connectivity, it is allowed to display image from PC/smart phone via WiFi conveniently.

Furthermore, it can also be used for Arduino development, just like any other normal Arduino board.
eink  epaper  waveshare  display  esp8266  wifi  wireless 
5 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Send WiFi credentials over audio to a "thing"
There is a piece of Javascript code in a browser into which you enter your WiFi credentials, which are then expressed through the speaker as a set of FSK tones to be picked up by a microphone on the Thing. They can then be decoded into the credentials, and the Thing can connect.
github  audio  wifi  sysadmin  password  iot  internetofthings 
5 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Speak Your WiFi | Hackaday
When you create a Thing for the Internet of Things, you’ve made a little computer that does a simple job and which probably has a minimal interface. But minimal interfaces leave little room for configuration, such as entering WiFi details. So, how to put end-user WiFi credentials easily on more than one Thing? Perhaps [Rob Dobson] has the answer with his technique of sending them as a sequence of audible tones. There is a piece of Javascript code in a browser into which you enter your WiFi credentials, which are then expressed through the speaker as a set of FSK tones to be picked up by a microphone on the Thing.
hackaday  wifi  sysadmin  password  iot  internetofthings 
5 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Get your headless Raspian into your WIFI without the Console
You can set-up the wireless lan of your headless Raspberry PI in just three steps: (1) Etch the image; (2) Power on the RPI; (3) Install BerryLAN app (IOS or Android).
github  raspberrypi  ios  android  sysadmin  configuration  wireless  wifi 
6 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Sharing WiFi with Raspberry Pi using a LAN Cable -
This hack will allow you to directly share WiFi from a PC to a Raspberry Pi connected through a LAN Cable without any modification on the Pi
sysadmin  raspberrypi  wifi  sharing  windows 
6 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Rapid Headless WiFi Connection to a Raspberry Pi -
BerryLan is a software tool for Raspberry Pi entry level fans. It's a tool that gives you a "headless" Raspberry Pi. BerryLan removes those necessities by connecting to the Raspberry Pi using Bluetooth and establishes a connection to your WiFi Network in 3 easy steps.
wifi  sysadmin  raspberrypi  bluetooth  configuration  mobile  networking 
6 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
The ESPurna board, a smart wall switch with power monitoring - Tinkerman
So the ESPurna board was born, and it got the shape of my home wall switches: 50x50x20mm. Also, I added some features that I have missed in some boards or liked from others: The board uses the Hi-Link HLK-PM01 (Aliexpress) AC/DC that outputs 5V to up to 600mA from an 100-240VAC source. So the board is usable anywhere in the world
iot  switch  internetofthings  esp8266  wireless  wifi  homeautomation  smarthome 
8 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
3D Printer Monitor Wemos D1 Mini ESP8266: 4 Steps (with Pictures)
Monitor your 3D printer over a wifi connection. This is a Wemos D1 Mini and a 128x64 OLED combined together to display the status from your OctoPrint Server.
3dprinting  octoprint  monitor  wifi  instructables 
12 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Mini Wifi 3D Print Monitor - OctoPrint - Chris's Basement - YouTube
We build this really cool little print monitor that is USB powered and wifi. It monitors OctoPrint print job status. Thanks to David Pain for the instructable on how to build this!
youtube  octoprint  monitor  esp8266  wifi  3dprinting 
12 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Sonoff 4CH Smart WIFI Switch
ANRIS Sonoff 4CH Smart WIFI Switch 4-Gang 4 way wireless Switches Din Rail Mounting Home Automation on/off remote control 10A/2200W (Four appliances together with the voltage can not exceed 3500w) - -
sonoff  homeautomation  automation  relay  wifi  power 
september 2018 by cyberchucktx
Networked RGB Wi-Fi Decorative Touch Lights: 13 Steps (with Pictures)
I wanted to give my family a simple, meaningful, beautiful way to stay connected. We are spread out across two countries, and sometimes misunderstandings between us make communication even more difficult.

As holiday presents this last year I built 6 RGB Wi-FI enabled networked decorative touch lights. Each member of my family has one connected to their Wi-Fi. When one of us is thinking of the family, that person can touch their light. Everybody’s light will light the same color simultaneously.
neopixel  instructable  tutorial  led  lighting  wifi  wireless 
august 2018 by cyberchucktx
Transform Raspberry Pi in hot spot Wifi with captive portal (2/2) – Raspberry Pi Home Server
If you want to share your wireless connection but to control who can use it, You can set up a captive portal which will look like what do SFR or Free for example. And ofcourse Raspberry Pi will be able to help us !
wifi  portal  raspberrypi  networking  sysadmin  adtinc 
august 2018 by cyberchucktx
Sonoff Slampher: WiFi Smart LED Light Bulb Socket Holder|ITEAD
Sonoff Slampher is a 433MHz RF controlled & WiFi smart light bulb socket that can connect to light bulbs with E27 screw base. Slampher smart bulb socket transmits data to a cloud platform through a WiFi Router, which enables users to remotely control connected light bulbs, via the App eWeLink on their smartphone. The server of Slampher WiFi LED light bulb holder is Amazon AWS global server.

Slampher WiFi light switch makes all light blubs smart.
homeautomation  itead  wireless  wifi 
august 2018 by cyberchucktx
Make Smart WiFi Router Using Raspberry Pi 3 -
In this video, I will show you how to make a smart WiFi router using the Raspberry Pi 3. This tutorial provides a step by step guide on how to set up the Raspberry Pi as a hotspot and make it function as a smart WiFi router. Now you'll be able to use your Raspberry Pi 3 like any router for WiFi connection.
raspberrypi  networking  wireless  wifi  sysadmin  tutorial  hackster 
july 2018 by cyberchucktx
How to build a Raspberry Pi wireless access point | PC Gamer
Why should your wireless router have all the fun? Gaining access to your network— and through it, the internet—is something you can do via a properly configured Raspberry Pi. This means you can easily extend the functional wireless range of your network with a little Ethernet cabling, build an access point especially for guests, or just add a handy new SSID to your home.
raspberrypi  wireless  mobile  wifi  configuration  sysadmin 
july 2018 by cyberchucktx
ComitUP file archive
Developer's file archive (separate from the archives). Includes the latest version(s) of the SD disk images.
comitup  raspberrypi  wifi  mobile  communications  sysadmin 
july 2018 by cyberchucktx
Raspberry Pi 3B  with OpenThread
OpenThread Border Router (OTBR) provides support for the Raspberry Pi 3B (RPi3B) platform.
openthread  mesh  networking  wifi  nest  google  router 
june 2018 by cyberchucktx
This method is suitable if you don't have access to the graphical user interface normally used to set up WiFi on the Raspberry Pi. It is particularly suitable for use with a serial console cable if you don't have access to a screen or wired Ethernet network. Note also that no additional software is required; everything you need is already included on the Raspberry Pi.
wifi  networking  raspian  raspberrypi 
june 2018 by cyberchucktx
Comitup: Bootstrap Wifi networking using the Wifi connection
Comitup is a software package that provides a service to establish Wifi networking on a headless computer (that is, one with no video, keyboard, or mouse).

The Comitup Image is a microSD disk image for the Raspberry Pi 3, providing an operating system with the comitup service included. The Comitup Image is an extension of standard Raspbian OS with the following capabilities. Provides a temporary access point if required to connect to headless server.
wifi  bootstrap  raspberrypi  communications  networking  sysadmin  hostapd  raspbian 
june 2018 by cyberchucktx
Setup WiFi on Raspberry Pi using Wicd - Ubidots Blog
In this tutorial we’ll setup wifi on Raspberry Pi with WICD command-line curses interface.
wifi  raspberrypi  wicd  curses 
june 2018 by cyberchucktx
ESP8266 WiFi Connection manager
ESP8266 WiFi Connection manager with web captive portal
github  wifi  arduino  esp8266  wireless  manager 
june 2018 by cyberchucktx
How to Turn Your Raspberry Pi into a Wireless Hotspot « Null Byte :: WonderHowTo
For this guide, we will assume that you already have a Raspberry Pi 3 running Raspbian or Kali Linux. If you don't, consult our previous How to Set Up a Headless Raspberry Pi Hacking Platform Running Kali Linux.
raspberrypi  wifi  accesspoint  hostapd 
june 2018 by cyberchucktx
Raspberry Pi Turnkey
How to make a Raspberry Pi image that can be deployed anywhere and assigned to a WiFi network without SSH
raspberrypi  raspian  wifi  turnkey 
june 2018 by cyberchucktx
Setting up a Raspberry Pi 3 as an Access Point -
The Raspberry Pi 3 comes with a built-in wireless adapter, which makes it easy to configure it as a WiFi hotspot to share Internet or host your own internal web site. The first part of this guide will show you how to set up the Pi to broadcast its SSID, accept WiFi connections, and hand out IP addresses (using DHCP). The next section shows you how to enable a pass-through Ethernet connection should you want to share your Internet connection.
sparkfun  raspberrypi  headless  sysadmin  configuration  wifi  accesspoint 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA)
WISPA has over 800 members consisting of wireless Internet service providers, municipal wireless internet providers, electric and telephone cooperative wireless Internet providers, equipment manufacturers, service vendors and other interested parties.These members support the industry which delivers broadband Internet to over 3 million users via 3000+ Internet Service Providers (ISPs) that serve both residential and business customers, often in exclusively rural areas.
wifi  rural  wispa  isp  networking  internet 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
ESP8266 + GeoLocation + + + Google API @
For a long time, I was always looking to make a miniature device location finder not using GPS and GSM modules. So I decided to make a project of my own to provide complete end-to-end solution. In this all we need is WiFi connectivity to get the device location. So let's get started. NO GSM, GPS, GPRS MODULES NEEDED.
geolocation  esp8266  wifi 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
Managing Configurations on Your ESP8266 Using WiFiManager: 4 Steps
In a previous Instructable, I talked about Avoiding hard-coding WiFi credentials on your ESP8266 using the great WifiManager Library. You can also use the library to manage your Arduino sketch's configurations and in this instructable I'm going to show you how. There is a little more setup steps than the WiFi Credentials Instructable, but it's still very straight forward.
wifimanager  wifi  wireless  sysadmin  configuration  esp8266  arduino 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
Avoid Hard-Coding WiFi Credentials on Your ESP8266 Using the WiFiManager Library: 3 Steps (with Pictures)
In this instructable I'm going to talk about how you can avoid hard-coding your WiFi credentials into your Arduino sketches using a really awesome library called WiFiManager. It will only take a couple of minutes to go through these steps.
wifi  wifimanager  security  sysadmin 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
Using an ESP8266 As a WiFi Enabled Universal Remote
In this instructable I'm going to show you how to make a WiFi enabled universal remote that you can control with your phone or computer.
wifi  esp8266  infrared  remotecontrol  homeautomation  hometheater  wireless 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
Monitor Foot Traffic Using Radio | Hackaday
Verkehrsrot]’s project involves building a radio listening device in order to get an estimate of the amount of traffic in a particular area. The device polls for and detects WiFi and Bluetooth devices nearby and tallies them. For the privacy-minded, it doesn’t persistently store any information about the people or the devices that it detects. The project also runs on a variety of platforms, although you can get the whole thing up and running with little more than an ESP32 and a small lithium-ion battery.
hackaday  wireless  lora  bluetooth  communications  networking  wifi 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
WiFi Configuration for IoT Devices
How do you select a WiFi network and enter credentials on a device which has no display, keyboard, or touchscreen interface?

There are several technologies which help solve this problem, all with trade-offs. George Hawkins has an excellent writeup about this on his blogger site. TI’s Gil Reiter also has written a great ap note discussing WiFi IoT provisioning and introducing TI SmartConfig. I’ll summarize some of the observations in these two documents with my own perspective below.
wifi  communications  networking  crossplatform  sysadmin  tutorial  configuration 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
ESP8266 Connect WiFi Made Easy @
You use AutoConnect as an Arduino library, you forget time and effort for the revising the sketch.

It an Arduino library united with ESP8266WebServer class. Easily implementing the Web interface constituting the WLAN for ESP8266 WiFi connection. With this library to make a sketch easily which connects from ESP8266 to the access point at runtime by the web interface without hard-coded SSID and password.  wifi  arduino  configuration 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
Headliess WiFI configuration for the Raspberry PI
Headless WiFi configuration for the Raspberry Pi (or most other devices running Linux) by using a temporary WiFi access point and web interface
wifi  configuration  sysadmin  raspberrypi 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
WiFi / DHCP network not working with your Android phone? — in English
Android refuses to route Internet traffic if your wireless router sends it classless static routes in its DHCP reply. Here is a fix.
wifi  dnsmasq  android  sysadmin  settings  adtinc 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
ESP8266 Captive Portal -
So, is the Captive Portal stuff magic? In a sense, there is some slight-of-hand behind the scenes with the Access Point connection to your smartphone, tablet, or notebook. 

But, can the inexpensive ESP8266 when used as an Access Point perform the same magic? The answer is a definitive "YES". By using a little creative coding with the AP DNS service, a web browser remains captured no matter what URL they type
esp8266  wifi  dns  accesspoint  tutorial 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
ESP8266 Useless Throwie @ GitHub
An ESP8266 configured as an access point with a tiny web server which serves a page displaying a toggle switch, which flips a relay when clicked.
github  throwie  wifi  esp8266  wireless 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
Better, Smaller WiFi Throwies | Hackaday
Because the world doesn’t have enough electronic junk floating around, [Victor] has improved the WiFi Throwie.

A decade ago, when strong, cheap magnets, bright LEDs, and small coin cell batteries were materials fresh to hacking, someone had a great idea: tape all these items up and throw them on bridges and overpasses. The LED throwie was born, and while we’re sure the biggest installation of LED throwies looked cool, it’s really just a small-scale environmental disaster.

Since then, the ESP8266 was created, and the world now has a tiny WiFi-enabled computer that’s the size of a postage stamp.
hackaday  wifi  throwie  tutorial  esp32  esp8266 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
Find: High-precision indoor positioning framework for most wifi-enabled devices
The Framework for Internal Navigation and Discovery (FIND) allows you to use your (Android) smartphone or WiFi-enabled computer (laptop or Raspberry Pi or etc.) to determine your position within your home or office. You can easily use this system in place of motion sensors as its resolution will allow your phone to distinguish whether you are in the living room, the kitchen or the bedroom, etc. The position information can then be used in a variety of ways including home automation, way-finding, or tracking!
tracking  wifi  wireless  mobile  location  indoor  gps 
february 2018 by cyberchucktx
Track the location of every Wi-Fi device (📱) in your house using Raspberry Pis
This is a extension of FIND, the Framework for Internal Navigation and Discovery, which is based on the idea of Lucius Fox's sonar system in The Dark Knight that is used to track cellphones.

The system uses a network of Raspberry Pis which sniff the WiFi probe requests from WiFi-enabled devices and sends these parcels to a central server which compiles and forwards the fingerprint to the FIND server which then uses machine learning to classify the location based on the unique WiFi fingerprints.
wifi  indoor  raspberrypi  mobile  tracking  location 
february 2018 by cyberchucktx
WiFiManager with ESP8266 - Autoconnect, Custom Parameter and Manage your SSID and Password | Random Nerd Tutorials
n this guide you’ll learn how to use WiFiManager with the ESP8266 board. WiFiManager allows you to connect your ESP8266 to different Access Points (AP) without having to hard-code and upload new code to your board. Additionally, you can also add custom parameters (variables) and manage multiple SSID connections with the WiFiManager library.
esp8266  wifi  wifimanager  arduino  wireless  sysadmin  configuration 
february 2018 by cyberchucktx
Duktape ESP32 Javascript runtime
Duktape is an open source implementation of a JavaScript environment including a runtime, compiler, debugger and a wealth of well written documentation.

This project provides an environment for running JavaScript on the ESP32 using the Duktape engine. In addition to providing all the necessary components to run a simple JavaScript program, a framework is also provided that provides premade modules for many of the common ESP32 functions including networking, web servers, web sockets, GPIO and much more.
esp32  arduino  embedded  javascript  espruino  wireless  bluetooth  wifi  networking 
february 2018 by cyberchucktx
Fake beacon frames for ESP8266 using the Arduino IDE
Fake beacon frames for ESP8266 using the Arduino IDE Compiled with Arduino 1.6.9 and esp8266 2.1.0, but other versions should work too.
Now with rickroll!

[CAVEAT: don't do this at work, will swamp your WiFI]
github  wifi  ssid  humor  esp8266  arduino  wireless 
february 2018 by cyberchucktx
How To Build a $5 Connected Device -
This tutorial will teach you how to turn any WiFi-enabled SoC (ESP8266) into a fully functional device.  homeautomation  iot  internetofthings  esp8266  wifi  wireless 
february 2018 by cyberchucktx
Ping library for ESP8266 Arduino core
With this library an ESP8266 can ping a remote machine and know if it's reachable. It provide some basic measurements on ping messages (avg response time).
esp8266  arduino  networking  wireless  ping  network  wifi 
february 2018 by cyberchucktx
A library to make using WiFi & MQTT on the ESP8266 easy.
I wrote this library to help with my own home automation projects. It handles connecting (and reconnecting when the connection is lost) for both a wifi network and MQTT broker. When reconnecting it automatically resubscribes to subscribed topics on an MQTT broker. It is also capable of automatically hopping between different network/MQTT setups (I wrote this is mostly so that I could move from my home network to work and have my prototypes be able to connect to whatever environment was most convinient). The library also features the ability to use the ArduinoOTA system for OTA updates. There are a number of wrapper methods for enabling/disabling OTA and changing the OTA hostname and password.
mqtt  wifi  esp8266  esp32  arduino  wireless  homeautomation 
february 2018 by cyberchucktx
Configure ESP8266 Wifi with WiFiManager
There’s no doubt that the ESP8266 has made creating little WiFi widgets pretty easy. However, a lot of projects hard code the access point details into the device. There’s a better way to do it: use the WiFiManager library. [Witnessmenow] has a good tutorial and a two-minute video (which you can see below).
wifi  hackaday  configuration  esp8266  esp32  sysadmin  wifimanager  wireless  communications 
january 2018 by cyberchucktx
Easier End-User Setup for ESP32 Projects
In a recent video, [Proto G] shows a clever way to use WiFiManager to make configuring your ESP32 project easier for end-users. Not only can you use the captive portal system to configure the ESP32’s WiFi against a nearby access point, but it can allow users to enter in configuration data which can be picked up in your code by using SPI Flash File System (SPIFSS).
hackaday  esp32  wifi  configuration  sysadmin  tutorial 
january 2018 by cyberchucktx
RaspAP: web-based GUI to set up Access Point on RaspberryPi
A simple, responsive web interface to control wifi and hostapd on the Raspberry Pi
raspberrypi  networking  communications  sysadmin  browser-based  hostapd  wifi 
january 2018 by cyberchucktx
ESP8266 WiFi Connection manager with web captive portal
The configuration portal is of the captive variety, so on various devices it will present the configuration dialogue as soon as you connect to the created access point.
github  wifi  wireless  esp8266  networking 
january 2018 by cyberchucktx
ESP8266 WiFi configuration manager library for Arduino IDE
The burden every headless wireless connected device needs to overcome is how to connect to the network without having to hardcode any credentials in it’s firmware. For the ESP8266 based devices programmed with the Arduino IDE, I have put together this little library that tries to make connecting as seamless and quick as possible. It’s called WiFiManager.
esp8266  wifi  manager  iot  internetofthings  network  wireless  mobile 
january 2018 by cyberchucktx
Software Setup for Internet of THings Class (ESP8266) @ Instructables
Follow along closely as we configure and upload your first DIY wifi-connected software. In this lesson, we'll install the ESP8266 boards packages inside your Arduino software, install a device driver for the board's communications chip, and upload an Arduino sketch that connects to your home wireless network.
instructable  arduino  tutorial  setup  esp8266  wifi 
january 2018 by cyberchucktx
Finding Your Motorbike Using Wi-Fi | Hackaday
with a little technology the problem could be lessened a bit while waiting for automated parking lots to become commonplace. On rare occasions I see people with little radio emitters that make their headlights flash, but they’re not terribly common here and require carrying yet another thing on my already full key chain (homes here typically use several different locks). It seemed pretty easy to pull off something similar using my smart phone with an ESP8266 running NodeMCU. I had been meaning to try out the sleep modes to save battery power anyway, so off I went.
hackaday  finder  wifi  esp8266  detection 
january 2018 by cyberchucktx
ESP8266 WIFI repeater
This is an implementation of a WiFi NAT router on the esp8266 and esp8285. It can be used as range extender for an existing WiFi network. The esp acts as STA and as soft-AP and transparently forwards any IP traffic through it.
wifi  ESP8266  repeater  networking  github 
december 2017 by cyberchucktx
Printed Wi-Fi
Our goal is to 3D print wireless sensors, input widgets and objects that can communicate with smartphones and other Wi-Fi devices, without the need for batteries or electronics. To this end, we present a novel toolkit for wireless connectivity that can be integrated with 3D digital models and fabricated using commodity desktop 3D printers and commercially available plastic filament materials.
research  3dprinting  wifi  wireless  energy  power  sendors  3dprinted 
december 2017 by cyberchucktx
ESP8266 Compatible IR Blaster @ GITHUB
ESP8266 Compatible IR Blaster that accepts HTTP commands for use with services like Amazon Echo
github  infrared  ir  hometheater  remotecontrol  wifi  ESP8266 
november 2017 by cyberchucktx
Configuring Raspberry Pi as a Wireless-to-Wired Ethernet Island
When I got my Raspberry Pi though, it occurred to me that I could use it to create an island of wired ethernet that feeds to the wifi connection we’ve got set up.
raspberrypi  wifi  networking  sysadmin  island  bridge 
november 2017 by cyberchucktx
itead: sonoff home automation products
ITEAD specializes in developing and manufacturing hardware and smart home products. It is located in Shenzhen, China's biggest electronics market and the most integrated electronic supply chain in the world. With our great innovative ability, ITEAD is able to offer high-quality, innovative products at an affordable cost.
itead  wifi  homeautomation  smarthome  opensource  lighting 
october 2017 by cyberchucktx
Raspberry Pi Zero W Simultaneous AP and Managed Mode Wifi · TheWalrus
One of myrequirements is that the WiFi on this board be able to run as both a “managed” device (also known as “client” mode) and as an access point, preferrably at the same time. By combining some information garnered from each one, along with some trial and error, I was finally able to get AP/Manged mode working, as described below.
adtinc  raspberrypi  network  ap  dnsmasq  wifi  tutorial 
september 2017 by cyberchucktx
ESP8266 As A Networked MP3 Decoder @ Hackaday
This demo, a networked MP3 webradio player, just popped up in Github, written by the man better known to us as Sprite_tm. We can’t wait to see more.

The MP3 decoder itself is a port of the MAD MP3 library, adapted for smaller amounts of SRAM and ported to the ESP8266. With a couple external parts, you can make an internet-connected device that you can point to any Icecast MP3 stream, for instance, and it’ll decode and play the resulting audio.
hackaday  esp8266  wifi  wireless  mp3  audio 
september 2017 by cyberchucktx
Using a Raspberry Pi 3 as a Wifi access point and bridge
In this article I’ll present how I used a Raspberry Pi 3 to create a Wifi access point. The specificity of my setup, is that the Raspberry won’t be a router but a bridge. DHCP is thus delegated to the main ADSL router and all devices connected to the AP will appear on the same network than other devices.
raspberrypi  linux  networking  sysadmin  accesspoint  wifi  wireless 
september 2017 by cyberchucktx
RuuviLab | Tutorials
Take a look around. These tutorials will take your RuuviTag sensor beacon to the whole new level. By following these easy tutorials your devices can transform to almost anything!
ruuvitag  bluetooth  embedded  wireless  wifi  projects  eddystone  labs  tutorials 
june 2017 by cyberchucktx
Mumble, the open source VoIP solution
An open source, low-latency, high quality voice chat software primarily intended for use while gaming.
chat  hackster  collaboration  opensource  crossplatform  audio  wifi  networking  voip 
june 2017 by cyberchucktx
MeshPoint | Rugged Wifi HotSpot For Outdoors & Crisis Areas
Our mission is to empower humanitarian organisations during crisis events to setup communication infrastructure in minutes instead of days or weeks and help save more lives by doing so.
meshpoint  mesh  wifi  emergency  networking  wireless  hardware 
june 2017 by cyberchucktx
Can I configure the Raspberry Pi network myself? @ AstroPrint
This is pretty advanced and you should know what you're doing. If you're good with Linux and have done it before, go ahead and connect your Raspberry Pi to you network using whatever methods you're familiar with.

Once done, you need one more change to the AstroBox settings to let the software know that you have manually connected the box to the internet.
astroprint  wifi  wireless  configuration  forum  sysadmin  3dprinting 
june 2017 by cyberchucktx
Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Solutions and Networks from EnOcean
Self-powered Internet of Things

EnOcean provides reliable and self-powered wireless sensor solutions for the Internet of Things.
energy  energyharvesting  wifi  power  green  enocean  harvesting 
june 2017 by cyberchucktx
WiFi to ethernet adapter for an ethernet-ready TV
One of the first articles I wrote on this blog was to detail a wifi to ethernet adapter which I made for my TV set. It turned out to be one of the most popular projects I have written about. This new version was developed on the latest Raspbian Jessie light version dated 2016-09-23.
wifi  raspberrypi  raspian  networking  bridge  accesspoint 
june 2017 by cyberchucktx
Pi-Point : Raspberry Pi Wireless Access Point
To get started, follow the Documentation link above to be guided through setting up a Pi-Point from operating system install to fully working, I hope you find this useful!
networking  raspberrypi  raspbian  wifi  bridge  accesspoint 
june 2017 by cyberchucktx
WeMos ESP-32 Breakout @ Hackaday
It has 4 MiB flash memory onboard, a USB-serial adapter (cp210x), and a LiPo battery charger and connector.
esp32  wifi  bluetooth  embedded  arduino  hackaday 
may 2017 by cyberchucktx
TuxMobil: Linux and Wireless LAN Access Points (Routers) - WLAN APs
Large collection of LINUX-based resources relating to WiFI/LAN access points. Includes articles, tutorials, products, and projects.
wireless  linux  access  wifi  accesspoints  reference  blog 
may 2017 by cyberchucktx
Wireless and RF Solutions | Silicon Labs
Silicon Labs offers the world's most integrated, robust, reliable, and easy-to-use wireless and RF IC solutions available in the market today. By using mixed-signal ICs designed in standard CMOS from Silicon Labs, designers are able to eliminate many discrete components and use fewer external components. Customers can focus on value-added features and speed time to market with zigbee® , Bluetooth® , Wi-Fi® , Sub-GHz, and 2.4 GHz Proprietary Wireless solutions from Silicon Labs.
bluetooth  wifi  wireless  siliconlabs 
may 2017 by cyberchucktx
Hornbill: ESP32-based modular hardware system for IOT
An affordable, rugged, secure, and open hardware platform for battery powered connected things with ESP32. Hornbill is a development platform for the Internet of Things. It’s a set of hardware tools, firmware, and templates for local and cloud-based apps for controlling your project.
iot  internetofthings  hornbill  esp32  bluetooth  wifi 
may 2017 by cyberchucktx
LEDE Project: Linux operating system based on OpenWrt
It is a complete replacement for the vendor-supplied firmware of a wide range of wireless routers and non-network devices. See the Table of Hardware for supported devices. For more information about LEDE Project organization, see the About LEDE pages.
lede  linux  distribution  wifi  router  opensource 
may 2017 by cyberchucktx
The Raspberry Pi As An IR To WiFi Bridge | Hackaday
The only thing [Jason] needed to control his Sonos from a universal remote is an IR receiver and a Raspberry Pi Zero W. The circuit is simple – just connect the power and ground of the IR receiver to the Pi, and plug the third pin of the receiver into a GPIO pin. The new, fancy official Raspberry Pi Zero enclosure is perfect for this build, allowing a little IR-transparent piece of epoxy poking out of a hole designed for the Pi camera.
hackaday  raspberrypi  ir  infrared  wifi  router 
april 2017 by cyberchucktx
SwitchiFy - 4 way switching board with Wifi •
ESP8266 is a fantastic Wifi Microcontroller which comes very cheap and you can do lot more than blinking the LED. I started getting comfortable with ESP8266 (NodeMCU) when I controlled my office AC with Alexa:
hackaday  wifi  switchify  homeautomation  esp8266  wireless  alexa 
april 2017 by cyberchucktx
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