Wireless is a term used to describe anything that can, due to new technologies, function, fully or partially, without wires. Generally this is wireless internet (WiFi), or wireless connection with USB devices (bluetooth), but wireless power is also starting to emerge.

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Using 2 wifi adapters on raspberry pi b+

I really got stuck in working on raspberry pi's. I'm working on a project where I'm collecting mac addresses and wifi signals by listening kismet outputs, however I have a problem. I'm using two usb ...
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148f:7601 MT7601U Wireless Adapter driver with A/P support [closed]

can anybody give a piece of advice how to compile a driver with access point functionality for this device? Thank you
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Wireless USB Mouse Stopped Working

I formatted my SD card, did a fresh install of Raspbian using NOOBS and started following a guide to access files from my Ubuntu media PC on my Pi. I actually didn't have any luck getting that to ...
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Problem setting-up RPi as WiFi hostspot with Ralink RT3070 [migrated]

I am trying to set-up my RPi as a wireless hotspot so I can control it wirelessly from my laptop. There are many guides around that are referred to in these forums as well however I keep on having the ...
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How much power can the Pi supply?

I am making a project in which I will be using an arduino to control several servo motors and LED's. And I ll be using a Rqspberry pi to control arduino. They will be connected serially. In this ...
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Extension board for network router building

I am looking to build my own network router (with hardware assembly not hardware design...) and I want to know if I can find some extension card for the raspberry pi dedicated to networking. The idea ...
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Comfast Wifi Adapter WU810n - Raspbian

Hi I bought this Comfast Wifi Adapter WU810n and came to know that it's not supported by raspbian directly. So i did follow http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=62371 and get it ...
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Xbee Communication with raspberry pi [duplicate]

I am looking for a way for two raspberry pis to communicate with eachother via Xbees. There is very little documentation online about this. My goal is to send a bunch of integers between the two pis ...
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Multiple (dumb) wireless buttons to one RPi

I'm building a project that will have 3-4 dumb buttons (something like Easy Buttons) all needing to interact with the RPi. In this setup, wireless is really the only option, but most of the options ...
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RF Communication between 2 Pis

I am making a quad-copter for raspberry pi. I have the physics engine build, but I need a way to control the quad-copter. So I basically need to send about 20 unsigned Integers from one pi to the ...
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Creating an Android “remote” app for Raspberry Pi (Raspbian)

Similar to how you can control XBMC/Kodi/Raspbmc through the Android app "Yatse XBMC/Kodi Remote Control" ...
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How come my pi won't connect to my network?

The wpa_gui says: Status: scanning Last message: WPS-AP-AVAILABLE Even though I used the gui to find my wifi and enter the password. I've tried connecting with etc/network/interfaces and ...
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Has Anybody Built A Raspberry Pi Inside A Mouse Yet?

I was wondering if anybody has thought of putting a Raspberry Pi inside a mouse yet? i.e. wireless display and keyboard and the raspberry pi case is the mouse. Just thought it would be a cool ...
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Web based IR/RF device control over long range

I am trying to implement a Building Automation System where I would like to implement web-based or mobile based control of all ir/rf based devices like tv,a/c,sound system, etc. The PI will be placed ...
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Connecting Raspberry Pi (running Raspbian) to open WiFi using only the command line

How do I connect my Raspberry Pi running Raspbian to an open wireless network using a USB wireless network adapter using the command line only? The name of my wireless network is called "WildRouter," ...
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Wifi stops working just after unplugging rj45 cable

I connect to the same network via two interfaces- wifi USB dongle(wlan0) and a standard rj45 cable(eth0). Everything works fine prior to disconnecting the cable; after this, the wifi goes down too and ...
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Using ASUS USB-AC53 Dual-Band Adapter with raspberry pi

I have a asus ac53 dual-band adapter. I was originally using it with a windows laptop but I am curious if I can use it with my raspberry pi set up with open elec. I know the cd that came with it is ...
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wireless was working but now the adapter isn't even recognised

as the title says I had my pi working but can't even get it to recognise the adapter now (same adapter). I originally set it up with the GUI, but since it no longer had the adapter in the list I ...
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Help with connecting 2 RPi for sending mono jack info wirelessly

I am new to Raspberry Pi, but willing to learn if what i want to do is possible. I'm even willing to pay if someone has a solution or someone would like to get involved in this project. I have a ...
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Wireless button

I'm looking for a wireless button solution to send signals to my raspberry pi (model B). The setup is as following; I have a lifx light bulb and I'm able to control with the smartphone app and ...
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Pi as WiFi Repeater

There are many blog posts about using a Pi as an Access Point. But all the posts I read assumed the internet coming from Ethernet. As anyone successfully used the Pi as Wi-Fi Repeater? Other than ...
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I2C problem reading data - only sometimes

I'm using this device, that acts as an I2C slave device on the address 0x23, for communicating with an arduino from a RPi model B. This is an nrf24l01 attached to an AT48 that provides an I2C ...
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How do I stop two wireless dongles switching between wlan0 and wlan1?

I have two wireless dongles attached to my Pi B+: wlan0/RALINK is for network connectivity wlan1/TPLINK is for monitor mode traffic analysis The problem is, they change unpredictably (even ...
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How to get microcontroller connected to WiFi - no keyboard, screen, or native app

Assuming a user has a RPi-based device with a WiFi adaptor, Ethernet port, and Bluetooth dongle, what is the easiest way to configure their SSID & Password to get them connected to WiFi without: ...
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Wake up 'sleeping' wlan-connection

I observed, that after a while (some hours) my Pi isn't reachable over the wlan any more. If I do some excessive ping-ing (i.e. for 70-100 times) the Pi starts at some point to respond and I can ...
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Use Raspberry PI to pass audio both ways

Thanks for the edit button. I haven't purchased anything yet, have been reading, saving links and so on. I'm a electronic tech by trade but new to the raspberry pi. Its a neat little board, can do a ...
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Arch - netctl - how reconnnect to wireless network automaticly

So, I have netctl WiFi configuration working with Arch Linux on RPI. How can I make sure that it reconnects to network if connection drops for any reason, like losing signal?
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Logging Clients (and sites they visit) while using Raspberry PI as WLAN Hotspot

I have recently setup my Raspberry PI as a WLAN hotspot using this guide. Everything works as intended I can login to the hotspot with my smartphone or laptop and browse the internet. Now my question ...
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Edimax ew-7811un not operating at 5Ghz - Do I need to configure this?

I'm using an edimax ew-7811un and I can connect to my 2.4Ghz access point however I can't seem to see my 5Ghz N-class access point. I was wondering if I needed to configure the pi to enable 5Ghz ...
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wpa_supplicant crashing(?)

I just got my Raspberry Pi B+ together with a WiFi dongle from ThePiHut and am now trying to connect it to my WiFi. It works, at least sometimes. After booting the Pi, I do not get an automatic ...
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Can't get Wi-Fi dongle to work

I bought a generic Wi-Fi dongle that, according to the comments of the people who bought it, worked out of the box on Raspbian. Well, turns out it didn't. I'm struggling to make it work. I'm using ...
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Major trouble with nRF24L01+ controllers and the RF24 library

I've had a hellish last three days. All I've wanted to do is get an Arduino Uno and a Raspberry Pi B+ talking to eachother with these little guys, and after following many different tutorials, I've ...
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Data transfer from arduino to raspberry pi wirelessly?

How do I send data to raspberry pi connected over wifi from arduino connected to a laptop which is in turn connected to the same wifi network as raspberry pi?
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Can I use my raspberry pi as a wired access point

I'm in a situation where I have a device that only has an ethernet port, and I want to make it somewhat mobile. Can I use a raspberry pi to connect to the internet wirelessly and then use the ethernet ...
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Teamviewer Raspberry

I have to buy a Raspberry to control a monitor remotely. 1) Can I install a software like teamviewer on Raspberry? 2) Can I connect via wireless or Lan the Raspberry? 3) Can I connect a internet key ...
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Multiple interface with multiple wifi network

My question is a bit trickier one. My RPi have 2 wireless interface and I have 2 wireless router with different SSID. I just looking for a configuration, where the first wifi device always connect to ...
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Raspberry Pi Wireless AP problems (Static IP)

Currently using the Raspberry Pi to create a wireless controlled robot that I plan on controlling using an HTML GUI. I followed some instructions online and made my RPi act as a Wireless AP and gave ...
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Is the Raspberry Pi suitable for use as a commercial WiFi Router?

I read this post asking Is the Raspberry Pi suitable for running continuously, 24/7? , which seems to conclude that it is fine to run the RPi 24/7, but is it suitable for use as an industrial-strength ...
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Wi-Fi on a network with SSID Broadcast disabled

I bought a new Raspberry Pi B+ and a Wi-Pi Wireless Adapter. The Wi-Pi appears to be a Ralink Technology, Corp. RT5370 Wireless Adapter. I am can get the Wi-Pi running on a network with SSID ...
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help setting up a wireless to ethernet bridge with a pi

I want to set up a wireless to ethernet bridge with a pi, one that is configured to automatically search for open networks and possibly even the ability to assess a hierarchy based on signal strength. ...
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WLAN or LAN, where is the bottleneck?

I use the raspberry pi mainly as a XBMC and to some extent a private webserver with almost no traffic. I'm moving to a new flat where I'll have 100Mb download speed provided by optical fiber (from ...
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How to set up data plan for 3g modem for raspberry pi?

I have seen several posts about how to connect a raspberry Pi to a 3g modem to begin transmitting data. Here is an example of a modem I would like to use. My main confusion is in how you get the ...
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Whenever I connect a usb device, it shuts down and won't boot for 3 minutes [duplicate]

when I boot my pi, everything is fine, but when I connect any usb device(they worked before), it just turns off and only will show the red light and a faint green glow for about 3 mins until it works ...
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Pi in “meshed” wireless network

Is there a way to create a wireless network with Rpi as access points so that computers can connect to the Rpi and let the Rpi's route the traffic between the wireless access points. Should every Pi ...
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Transmit music to multiple iPhones

I'm interested in getting a group of iPhones to receive a wireless signal to play music from another source in the same room, essentially acting as a radio receiver. Originally I imagined that this ...
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Raspberry Pi SIM card, tethering and internet possibilities on the run

An idea just came to me, which I am not sure if any of you has done it. And if so, hopefully someone could share with me how I could achieve this. I was wondering if I could set up a Raspberry Pi ...
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Forcing one of two wifi dongles

I have two wifi dongles connected to a RPi. I like to use one dongle (Edimax) as primary connection to my home router, and the other as access point (this one being an AWUS036NH). How can I force that ...
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Wifi dropping on load

I did a fresh install of Wheezy and setup my Pi's to connect with WPA, it works fine but after a while the wireless drops. Seems to be during wifi load aswell as well. I have 2 identical Raspberry Pi ...
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Network Interfaces Plugging skip eth0, skip wlan0 …done. (wlan0 unreachable)

I have set up static Ethernet and WiFi but after rpi-update wlan no longer works. The rpi-update could just be a coincidence though. What happens is that the static IP shows up when scanned with ...
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Raspberry pi reboots when usb wifi (Edimax EW-7811UN) is plugged without usb extension cable

This is an odd issue that there have been quite a bit of discussion about even on this forum. Possible suggested issues range from insufficient power to bad internal hardware design of the pi. When ...