Archive for January, 2013

Building the schematic on a breadboard is one thing, hooking it up to the router is another.

First things first.

The schematic on a breadboardIn part 1 I showed the build of the initial schematic with the display working. Please note that the firmware loaded at that time was from the enhanced version. The firmware belonging to the initial version does not show anything on the display unless it’s hooked up to the router and the scripts there are running.

 

So if you’re going to build the schematic on a breadboard you should build the final version of the schematic with the improved firmware.

When you connect the breadboard to the router here are a few things that can (and in my case did) went wrong.

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