Adding a WiFi Shield

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Adding a WiFi Shield

Postby TellOmatics » Wed Jul 23, 2014 3:13 am

I am working on a project and trying to use WiFi as the transport for data (GPS/OBD) being collected by the Arduino OBD-II Logger Kit #3. My objective is to collect data and store it on the SD memory. When the vehicle returns to the garage the file is then sent to a back end server for processing. I have been reading about the new Arduino YUN that already has WiFi built-in. Is anyone familiar with the YUN and could it be used in place of the UNO or Mega? or Can WiFi be added to the Arduino OBD-II Logger Kit #3? Thank you for any suggestions or help.

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Re: Adding a WiFi Shield

Postby stanley » Fri Jul 25, 2014 11:25 pm

You either stack a WIFI shield for Arduino or simply a WIFI bee which can be plugged in a xBee socket.

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Re: Adding a WiFi Shield

Postby hollytech0103 » Mon Jul 04, 2016 8:36 pm


Look at here, arduino wireless transceiver. Its help you alot. I also tried this and i got best solution for my arduino project. Thanks.


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