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WiFi - Set Up Server to communicate

In this example, we first connect Ameba to WiFi, then we use Ameba as a server to communicate with the client.

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In this example, we first connect Ameba to WiFi, then we use Ameba as a server to communicate with the client.

BW16 is a dual-frequency Wi-Fi + Bluetooth SoC module developed based on RTL8720DN. It supports dual-frequency (2.4GHz or 5GHz) WLAN and low power Bluetooth 5.0; and integratesARMV8 (Cortex-M4F) high-performance MCU, ARM V8M (Cortex-M0) low-power MCU, WLAN (802.11 a / b / g / n), MAC, Bluetooth and RF baseband, and provides a set of configurable GPIO ports for the control of different peripherals.

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    Setup

    In this example, we first connect Ameba to WiFi, then we use Ameba as server to communicate with client.

    First, we make sure the correct Ameba development board is set in “Tools” -> “Board”

    Then, open the Simple WiFi Server example in “File” -> “Examples” -> “AmebaWiFi” -> “SimpleServerWiFi”

    In the sample code, modify the highlighted parameters and enter the ssid and password for your WiFi connection.

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