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Arduino Internals by Dale Wheat

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Summary

An Arduino that doesn’t get to talk to someone gets bored. It could be another Arduino sitting on the table right next to it, or it could an Arduino on another planet. For all you know, it could be some (gasp!) non-Arduino computer that wants to hold a conversation. Anything is possible with the proper networking. Just decide what you want to talk about, and get to talking.

This chapter covered only a few of the really basic ideas involved with networking. Space limitations preclude including all the great projects that can easily use the Arduino’s various communication peripherals. This gives you some ideas about how to get more than one computer to communicate and maybe even cooperate toward accomplishing a task.

Bear in mind that when ...

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