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Wi-Fi Data Transmission Employing Microcontroller and Wi-Fi CompactFlash Card
Li, Haoyue

2011, Master of Science, University of Toledo, Electrical Engineering.
Wi-Fi (short for "wireless fidelity") is a term used to explain certain types of wireless local area networks (WLANs) that use specifications in the 802.11 family. IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) is the most widely used wireless communication technology. This thesis presents an idea explaining how to build a Wi-Fi data transmission system based on the PIC18LF6722 microcontroller and a CompactFlash card with Wi-Fi capability (XTERASYS CWB1K). The proposed system uses a Wi-Fi data transmission system capable of sending data packets through user datagram protocol (UDP) to a laptop computer with Wi-Fi capability. The experimental results indicate that it is possible to build a data transmission module using inexpensive and simple components. This provides a simple and inexpensive design of data transmission for use in areas like real-time measuring and monitoring when combined with a sensing system.
Vijay Devabhaktuni, PhD (Advisor)
Vijay Devabhaktuni, PhD (Committee Chair)
Mansoor Alam, PhD (Committee Member)
Weiqing Sun, PhD (Committee Member)
87 p.

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