ARM Cortex M3 based RTL8710 module now can be programmed through easy Arduino IDE with this tiny board!Designed by microwavemont, Ships from Japan
TIPS about "bricking": some "WiFi-busy" binary leads to "unable to upload binary" In order to escape, please connect (D8)GC0 to ground during power-on cycle and upload new binary. After finishing u...Read More…
TIPS about "bricking": some "WiFi-busy" binary leads to "unable to upload binary" In order to escape, please connect (D8)GC0 to ground during power-on cycle and upload new binary. After finishing upload, disconnect the wire from D8 to ground
**NOW this board is supported by Realtek's Arduino IDE environment. Just add
in Arduino IDE preference and install board support version 2.0.0 is enough! Please see a bit more details about it!
RTL8710 WiFi board is known as its embedded ARM Cortex M3 processor. This tiny board works as a CMSIS-DAP for RTL8710. The firmware of DAP is released by Realtek and we can simply enjoy programming as same as Arduino series!
ARM embedded RTL8710 is quite attractive module but its programming is not so easy as ESP8266. For ESP8266, we just need USB-TTL interface but for RTL8710 requires CMSIS-DAP or some debugger such as Jlink. We can find commercial programmer but most of them are expensive and sometimes too much function just for RTL8710 binary uploading. So I made this inexpensive and minimum board for more easy programming of RTL8710!
Eventually RTL8710 development environment is fully supported by Realtek! After setup completion, together with this tiny board we can program RTL8710 through Arduino IDE.
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