Daniel Lankheet

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The popularity of internet-connected devices built with Arduino shields or single-board computers like the Raspberry Pi and Beaglebone has exploded, but for simple tasks like controlling a relay, reading a sensor, watering your garden or lighting LEDs there's an overlooked (and often free) option: old wifi routers and access points. Used APs and routers are wasting away in our homes, offices, and landfills, and though they won't match the hardware of a Pi or Beaglebone, they do usually have…

The popularity of internet-connected devices built with Arduino shields or single-board computers like the Raspberry Pi and Beaglebone has exploded, but for simple.

Build Your Own Long-range WiFi Antenna for Less than $100 - Inside Practical Sailor Blog Article

As most sailors have found, trying to use a typical laptop WiFi card to connect to a marina or yacht club hotspot doesn t cut it. A more acceptable compromise is an amplified WiFi card which can theoretically boost transmission power to about milliwatts.