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Is Your Wireless Network Up-To-Date?

One of the main reasons for the successful track record of Wireless LAN deployments has been that it’s evolution has been maintained at a steady pace, in the right direction, while always allowing for a smooth transition from older versions. 8 more words


How to Directly Program an Inexpensive ESP8266 WiFi Module

The ESP8266 is the answer to “I want something with Wifi.” Surprisingly, there are a number of engineers and hobbyists who have not heard of this chip or have heard of it but don’t really understand what it is. 2,206 more words

Wireless Hacks

FPV range and latency test in a noisy environment

This post presents some range and latency test results using my wifibroadcast software together with two TL-WN722N wifi sticks transferring a video signal from a raspberry pi. 779 more words

Project- ESP8266

The ESP8266 chip is made by Espressif ( www.espressif.com ).

  1. Introduction
    ESP8266 is a highly integrated chip designed for the needs of a new connected world.
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802.11 Physical layer Standard

FCC releases ISM bands for unlicensed uses in 1985


Original 802.11 standard was (1997) :


Roaming Capacity Isn't an Accident

Your hardware is capable of a lot of roaming events. Here is 20 roaming events a second across two abgn cards with 164 virtual stations each and two abgn cards running hostapd. 31 more words


(True) Unidirectional Wifi broadcasting of video data for FPV

This post shows how to broadcast data over 802.11 devices with a true unidirectional data flow. No need to be associated to a network (thus no risk of being disassociated) and no acknowledgements are sent from receiver to transmitter. 1,308 more words