Home ยท esp8266/esp8266-wiki Wiki edit / delete

The ESP8266 is a very cheap microcontroller-onna-board with proper wireless networking and a TCP/IP stack. Most people seem to hook it up to another microcontroller, but you can run code on the ESP8266 itself; this site has cross-development tools and documentation. (Although it's only IPv4 at the moment, so it wouldn't be very useful for sensor apps on my home network as-is.)

to cross embedded esp8266 microcontroller networking programming wireless ... on 18 January 2015

KeySweeper edit / delete

"KeySweeper is a stealthy Arduino-based device, camouflaged as a functioning USB wall charger, that wirelessly and passively sniffs, decrypts, logs and reports back (over GSM) all keystrokes from any Microsoft wireless keyboard in the vicinity." So that's three reasons why I won't be buying a Microsoft wireless keyboard, then.

to arduino keyboard keylogger microcontroller security wireless ... on 18 January 2015

WiFi Over Coax edit / delete

Adding 2.4GHz networking to an existing home TV distribution system using diplexers. I guess I shouldn't be too surprised that this works -- the coax will be very lossy at 2.4GHz, but the SNR should be good...

to networking radio tv wifi wireless ... on 18 January 2015

Tegola -- Rural Broadband in Scotland edit / delete

Comprehensive site -- which grew out of an Edinburgh/UHI/etc. research project -- on building wireless networks in hard-to-serve parts of Scotland. "The other revelation that happened after we had put up our first relay was that they do not have to be tall sticky-up things. Whoever created Scotland provided it with an abundance of tall sticky-up things."

to broadband internet network radio scotland wireless ... on 07 September 2013

WPA CRACKER edit / delete

More interesting for the links in their FAQ than for the service itself, although a NetworkManager plugin that uses this would be an obvious application.

to cryptography network security wireless wpa ... on 17 August 2010

OpenFWWF - Open FirmWare for WiFi networks edit / delete

This is pretty awesome: a team reverse-engineered the hardware in the Broadcom wireless network cards, and another team wrote a clean-room free firmware for them.

to embedded software wireless ... on 23 January 2009

The Prism54 Project edit / delete

A very cute hack: Prism54 cards contain an ARM processor with an accessible I2C bus, so you can add extra peripherals and run the card standalone...

to electronics embedded wireless ... on 31 October 2006

OpenWrtDocs/Wpa2Enterprise - OpenWrt edit / delete

Setting up WPA with OpenWRT -- I want to do this to set up an Eduroam-style node at home.

to wireless wpa wrt54g ... on 06 October 2006

References on Wireless Sensor Networks edit / delete

Including some interesting summary stuff on ad-hoc network setup and routing.

to networking research wireless ... on 05 June 2006

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