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802.11 with USBizi


#1

Does anyone know of an 802.11 module with a self contained stack that will work with the USBizi chip and has software drivers available?


#2

The community is working on Xbee drivers. so you can use the xbee wifi version.


#3

Gus. VERY large order is contingent on USBizi wifi capability with the stack and being able to run DHCP server.

Thanks,
Bernard


#4

If you have a large order then I am sure GHI can provide extra free consulting. contact us directly please.


#5

Take a look at this

http://www.digi.com/products/wireless-wired-embedded-solutions/zigbee-rf-modules/point-multipoint-rfmodules/xbee-wi-fi

There will be .NET Micro Framework driver for this in a few weeks.


#6

Gus,

Will give you a call. Also will look at the Digi.

Thanks,
Bernard


#7

Take a look at our website. www.rangeelectronicsllc.com. You can see the base product and an implementation of the USBizi board in a buoy floating in the Gulf Stream in the North Atlantic and working perfectly.

Bernard


#8

Wow, this looks like a real commercial product using .NET Micro Framework :smiley: More links like this please and the fear that NET MF is good only for educational and hobby purpous will go away :wink:


#9

There are lots of commercial users of NETMF. The problem is that most of them don’t like to talk about the innards of their products :frowning:

Even if they were willing to discuss, it wouldn’t be GHI’s place to talk about them.


#10

Why not WiFly? Works on anything that has a serial port and the driver should be easy to implement.


#11

[quote]There are lots of commercial users of NETMF. The problem is that most of them don’t like to talk about the innards of their products

Even if they were willing to discuss, it wouldn’t be GHI’s place to talk about them.[/quote]

Agree, GHI’s bigger business is in working with companies on products like the one one above but we have no right to talk about what our customers do. They would be very unhappy if we did as most do not want their competitors to know what they used :slight_smile:


#12

I wonder if that Iridrium module can be turned into a Gadgeteer module :slight_smile: