#include <linux/module.h>#include <linux/usb.h>#include <linux/netdevice.h>#include <linux/etherdevice.h>#include <linux/wireless.h>#include <net/iw_handler.h>#include <linux/string.h>#include <linux/if_arp.h>#include <linux/firmware.h>#include <ieee802_11.h>#include "zd1201.h"
We starting to investigate in RF field with something like this one https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10534What do you think about it?
There are bluetooth *wifi* modules that have all the protocols and packet handling built in for less than $10 on eBay and similar shop. Buy enough, the price gets down towards $5 ea.
If you want real cheap wireless, it takes 2 pins, 1 led and 1 resistor. http://www.merl.com/papers/docs/TR2003-35.pdf
When I first learned Fortran in 75
GoForSmoke make me recall 10+ years ago, I am in Philip Morris HQ building NYC. The building is freelysmoke/GoForSmoke building. The only No Smoking sign is at elevator which is federal regulation. You could put "GoForSmoke" sign anywhere your house but please remove it from house elevator. QuoteWhen I first learned Fortran in 75I miss the Fortran, but code at Basic almost at same time.
I only wrote as much BASIC as I did because of people who insisted the code be in BASIC or they wouldn't pay for it. What's your excuse?