The SparkFun ESP8266 WiFi Shield is an Arduino compatible shield for the ESP8266 WiFi SoC – a leading platform for Internet of Things (IoT) or WiFi-related projects. There are a variety of designs based around the ESP8266, including tiny, modular boards and more accessible development boards like our very own SparkFun ESP8266 Thing.
This is a small built-in spring GSM antenna with IPX connector. Its working frequency is 900/1800 MHz which meets most requirements of GSM applications. Its very compact size makes it easy to carry and use.
This 4" / 100mm long flexible uFL 2.4GHz antenna has approx 4DBi gain and a 50Ω impedance so it will work fantastically with just about any 2.4-2.5GHz wireless receiver/transmitter such as the Adafruit CC3000s!
The Adafruit Feather nRF52 Pro is our latest Bluetooth Low Energy board for advanced projects and users who want to use a fully open source Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0 stack. It has a native-bluetooth chip, the nRF52832, as well as built in USB Serial and battery charging!
Interested in learning how Bluetooth Low Energy works down to the packet level? Debugging your own BLE hardware, and trying to spot where something is going wrong? Or maybe you're writing a custom application for your phone or tablet that needs to talk to existing BLE hardware, but you don't know how it works beneath the surface? We have the perfect tool...