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Exploring the ESP32 based M5Stack Core WiFi Applications

Dr. Don Wilcher- Watch Now - Duration: 43:35

Exploring the ESP32 based M5Stack Core WiFi Applications
Dr. Don Wilcher

This talk will discuss the ESP32 with WiFi from the perspective of the M5Stack Core. The ESP32 WiFi architecture will be explained in the presentation. The following talking points for the discussion will consist of the following topics.

  1. Seminal Research Perspective on Communication Systems. 
  2. ESP32 with WiFi Introduction 
  3. M5Stack Core WiFi Setup 
  4. Build a basic M5Stack Core WiFi Scanner 
  5. Build a M5Stack Core Access Point and Web Server Controller

The two build projects will align with the ESP32 with WiFi discussion and provide physical examples participants can explore on the bench.

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Thomas.Schaertel
Score: 0 | 3 months ago | 1 reply

Hi Don! Thank you for your great practical and educational presentation (as always). I used the M2 Core2 module for developing some FreeRTOS code, this proved to be very versatile too. Instead of the ports A,B,C I used the extension port on the bottom of the module, which provides even more great features (for interrupts, timers etc.) in an extremely compact and speedy device.

mrdon219@gmail.comSpeaker
Score: 0 | 3 months ago | no reply

Hi Thomas,
Thanks for the kind comments. It is great that you have found an awesome use case for the M5Stack Core2 in developing FreeRTOS code. The modular ecosystem established by M5Stack allows ease in the rapid development of new product concepts and tools as illustrated by your example.