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2019/10/14 07:56:08 (permalink)
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Data submission in a webserver from PIC16F1937

Dear Team,
We are writing codes to be transmitted to a webserver and we are using PIC16F1937.could you kindly help us to identify the device/module which can help remotely transmitting the data to a webserver.
We have thought that the GSM will do the job but we are doubting.Kindly with your expertise of the team here,advise accordingly.
 
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Jean
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    DeutcheN
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    Re: Data submission in a webserver from PIC16F1937 2019/10/15 10:38:38 (permalink)
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    A good source of information is:
     
    https://www.microchip.com/design-centers/internet-of-things
     
      Microchip offers a few IOT demo boards that illustrate how to connect to a cloud web service.
     
     
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    katela
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    Re: Data submission in a webserver from PIC16F1937 2019/10/15 14:02:24 (permalink)
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    You could also use a wifi module like advice above or the popular ESP8266/ESP32

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    Re: Data submission in a webserver from PIC16F1937 2019/10/15 16:35:03 (permalink)
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    You need to decide if you will have WiFi available, or only GSM. Obviously the advantage of GSM is it will work anywhere you have a mobile signal, the disadvantage is you need to have a SIM - either on contract or PAYG.

    I’ve used Digi XBee 802.11 WiFi modules with PIC16 in the past. You need to roll your own websever post code though. There are probably easier options. The ESP WiFi modules are certainly cheaper!
    post edited by pcbbc - 2019/10/15 16:36:20
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