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  • #1476
    Min-Seo Song
    Keymaster

    Any suggestions on how to log data wirelessly? Instead of using SPI communication maybe use Bluetooth?

    #1488

    Do you plan to have the logger download data to your PC remotely?

    You can look into Wi-Fi and one of the low-cost and popular Wi-Fi microchips is the ESP8266 (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/17146). Other alternatives can be Bluetooth, yes, and/or proprietary RF links.

    #1708
    mishal alqattan
    Participant

    There are many suggestions found on my research online on how to log data wirelessly. Here is a website found online on how to use Bluetooth to log data wirelessly. (www.windmill.co.uk/wireless.html)

    #1717
    Rosie Wiethop
    Participant

    Some companies (such as like Adafruit, Mouser, or Digikey) have various Radio Frequency (RF) receivers/transmitters available. If you were to implement one, the exact receiver/transmitter might vary depending on need. However, it is a plausible option to investigate.

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by Rosie Wiethop.
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