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Hello,i want use esp8266 as wifi adapter.I have esp-01.I want receive data fast enouph(about 1MHz).Can i acheive this speed with esp01 or an other esp8266 module with hardware spi for example would be better?If yes,what do you suggest?

 
Last Edited: Fri. Feb 26, 2021 - 02:55 PM
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GRIMMJOWG21 wrote:
what do you suggest?

Asking in an  esp8266  forum would be the obvious first step!

 

https://www.espressif.com/en/pro...

 

https://www.esp8266.com/

 

These are Microchip's forums for discussing Microchip's stuff - esp8266  is nothing to do with Microchip (or Atmel).

 

 

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Agreed.  Why ask ESP questions here?

 

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