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PaulS

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so i can use a normal router to connect them together after?

Unless you have an abnormal one hanging around, and you like being frustrated.

sonnyyu

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Feb 20, 2013, 03:29 pm Last Edit: Apr 29, 2013, 03:33 pm by sonnyyu Reason: 1
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You can connect a little pocket router Tp-Link WR703n etc, to the Ethenet shield and voila, you're in WiFi business.


You could save Ethenet shield, all you need is one usb cable connect between openwrt router and Arduino.

Tp-Link market WR703n  as portable, hot plugable wireless router. (hot plugable here means once you plug in China telecom 3G usb stick, it
turn to wifi hotspot). but Tp-Link market it only at China.

Pro.
1. dirty cheap (~20 USD)
2. good web admin interface.
3. allow setup 3G, even 4G (LTE/Wimax) shield for Arduino.

Con.
1. no FCC id ( not use at US?)
2. only has 4 MB flash, 32 MB RAM
3. only has one USB port.
4. preload Tp-Link router OS is in Chinese, you need buy preflashed openwrt version ( Ebay).

http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php?topic=148392.0

p.s. if you have one of  last 2 version iphone (4s or 5). The bluetooth  V4.0 is way to go especially if Arduino powered by battery.

4G (LTE/Wimax)'s support is in working....




Danny182


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You can connect a little pocket router Tp-Link WR703n etc, to the Ethenet shield and voila, you're in WiFi business.


You could save Ethenet shield, all you need is one usb cable connect between openwrt router and Arduino.

Tp-Link market WR703n  as portable, hot plugable wireless router. (hot plugable here means once you plug in China telecom 3G usb stick, it
turn to wifi hotspot). but Tp-Link market it only at China.

Pro.
1. dirty cheap (~20 USD)
2. good web admin interface.
3. allow setup 3G, even 4G (LTE/Wimax) shield for Arduino.

Con.
1. no FCC id ( not use at US?)
2. only has 4 MB flash, 32 MB RAM
3. only has one USB port.
4. preload Tp-Link router OS is in Chinese, you need buy preflashed openwrt version ( Ebay).

http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php?topic=148392.0

p.s. if you have one of  last 2 version iphone (4s or 5). The bluetooth  V4.0 is way to go especially if Arduino powered by battery.








I would use the router "digicom michelangelo wave" .
what bluetooth module could i use with the iphone? (no way using an usb bluetooth for the pc on arduino?, i mean using the usb bluetooth on the arduino and communicate with an iphone)?

sonnyyu

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I would use the router "digicom michelangelo wave" .

As long it flashed openwrt and has USB port, You are ready to go.

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what bluetooth module could i use with the iphone? (no way using an usb bluetooth for the pc on arduino?, i mean using the usb bluetooth on the arduino and communicate with an iphone)?


two prerequisite;-

1. Arduino support USB host.  USBHost is Compatible with Arduino Due only.
2. Software driver for usb bluetooth use in Auduino (missing here).

http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/USBHost

No go here, need buy bluetooth V4.0 shield. (Google it you will find few.)

Danny182


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I would use the router "digicom michelangelo wave" .

As long it flashed openwrt and has USB port, You are ready to go.

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what bluetooth module could i use with the iphone? (no way using an usb bluetooth for the pc on arduino?, i mean using the usb bluetooth on the arduino and communicate with an iphone)?


two prerequisite;-

1. Arduino support USB host.  USBHost is Compatible with Arduino Due only.
2. Software driver for usb bluetooth use in Auduino (missing here).

http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/USBHost

No go here, need buy bluetooth V4.0 shield. (Google it you will find few.)



in this tutorial it doesn't talk about openwrt
http://samratamin.com/Ardumote_Tutorial.html
is it mecessary?

for now i have iphone 4, so lets leave the bluetooth away.

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