I ordered a stm32f103+wifi open source module.
Later I upload the WiFi protocol stack part. May be useful to everyone.
The STM32F103VET6 + WM-G-MR-08 WIFI programme in China with very wide.
Chip +WIFI cost less than $7, Wifi module $2-$2.4.
The WM-G-MR-08 module, with a large number of Chinese products in low
cost mobile phone ( copycat mobile phone / shanzhai mobile phone).
Is currently in the IAR under the compiler. Test firmware to occupy
flash about 150kB ( including UIP ), memory consumption 16kB. The
TCP/IP protocol stack is used in UIP (manufacturers that do the
The TM32 WIFI driver code: complete support for WEP/Open, WEP/Shared,
Support basic network model ( Infrastructure mode ) and point to point
connection mode ( Ad-Hoc mode, supports both WEP encryption ).
UIP network protocol stack: support for ARP, ICMP, UDP, TCP, DHCP
Server, Web Server.
Android DEMO source code: mobile phone control LED lamp example code,
mobile phone control relay example code, mobile phone control buzzer
Official :WEP algorithm open source. But WPA/WPA2 is not open source.
I hope someone can join in the WiFi and Bluetooth driven port.
Post by Gong Darcy
I have a question.
The rtl8187 driver and wireless network can be used?
How should I compile?
I think in the Shenzhou or stm32f4discovery drive up test.
Will it be a problem?
That was an effort started by some members of this forum last year, but they have since given up. It was partially tested. The showstopper is that you need to have an 802.11 stack. You need the 802.11 stack to identify access points and to a establish the connection. Without that, the driver does nothing.
To install it in the NuttX source tree. You use the this script.
misc/drivers/rtl8787/INSTALL.sh (note that the driver is GPL)
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