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[PIC] PIC18F14K50 wifi using MRF24WB0MA

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Need basic wifi stack code configured for PIC18F14K50. I am new to PIC18 series. Please guide me.
Wifi chip used is microchip MRF24WB0MA
 

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Look at https://www.microchip.com/pagehandler/en-us/devtools/mla/home.html which is the Microchip Libraries for Applications (MLA) page and download the library (NOT the Harmony one!). Look at the TCP/IP code (it has support for the WiFi chip you are using).
You will need to look at the documentation and configure the appropriate header files but it is fairly straight forward.
Please do not make this your first PIC application. Start with something simpler and work your way up.
Susan
 

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Look at https://www.microchip.com/pagehandler/en-us/devtools/mla/home.html which is the Microchip Libraries for Applications (MLA) page and download the library (NOT the Harmony one!). Look at the TCP/IP code (it has support for the WiFi chip you are using).
You will need to look at the documentation and configure the appropriate header files but it is fairly straight forward.
Please do not make this your first PIC application. Start with something simpler and work your way up.
Susan

Thanks Susan. Yes I am currently getting familiar with basic applications. But I have never worked on TCP/IP before. Hence was looking for ready test codes if available.
 

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