I am looking around to find a solution for my challenge:
Before I studied Feature Request - Update SmartMatrix over WiFi but it contains several ways and I want to make clear wich way is my preferred.
I use Jinx! to stream the TPM2 protocol to the teensy via USB-Cable.
Now I am looking to connect to the USB/Serial wireless.
Currently I am not sure how this could work
As far as I know there are some ways:
- Wireless Router with OpenWRT
- Raspberry Pi with integrated WiFi
Somehow I did not can figure out how I can use these devices to stream through.
And are they fast enough?
For my understanding how it works.
AURORA listens on the serial Port/USB of the Teensy for TPM2 specific messages.
When a TPM2 message hits it the display start to stream.
So I need a solution that provides a serial output to the teensy.
There are some serial protocols out there. SPI/UART/I2C
- Wich protocol is utilized by the aurora/teensy?
- How can I connect from my PC to the wireless device to send serial data? (not the network connection basics)
It should depend on the preferred wireless device but I can’t imagine how. Some IP based serial thingi has to go on.
Jinx! provides to connect to devices via IP. But how. I have seen many tutorial that shows how the wireless devices are set up but no one that describes how to connect via IP to the MCU on a PC.
I have an TP-Link TL-WR703N with an currently unpopulated serial interface laying around.
I need a little push to get in the right direction. Is it possible? Are there some restrictions with the frame sizes of the TPM2 protocoll via IP? (tpm2.net)
EDIT: So much thinking above.
I just did it: Solution here: [solved] Wireless Serial to stream TPM2 (or other serial stuff?)