It’s here! My Commodore Wi-Fi Modem is now available for purchase.
The cost of the Modem is $150, plus $20 for the USB programmer (highly recommended) and flat rate $10 shipping worldwide.
Second Third batch is available for purchase! Third batch is sold out!
Send the money by Paypal (preferred) by clicking here: Wi-Fi Modem, USB Programmer, and Shipping. (If you don’t have Paypal, email me and we can figure something else out.)
*** Be sure to include your mailing address! ***
About the Wi-Fi Modem
The Commodore Wi-Fi Modem is built around two main components: The Arduino-compatible MicroView with built-in OLED screen, and the Roving Networks RN-XV or “Wifly” wireless module.
These give you significant flexibility to use it as a straight-forward wireless solution for your Commodore, with optional expandability for standalone use or as a platform for interfacing to the outside world.
The Commodore 64, SX-64, 128, and VIC-20 are all supported. Supports: 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi, DHCP, UDP, DNS, ARP, ICMP, TCP, Telnet, WEP, WPA-PSK (TKIP), and WPA2-PSK (AES), and Hayes emulation. Any terminal software can be used. It supports 2400 baud and 9600 baud using the UP9600 hack (available in Novaterm and Striketerm).
Click here for a brief overview of the Modem from World of Commodore 2015
Quick Start Guide (PDF)
User’s Guide (PDF) (Work in Progress)
User and Support Forum
There is a Forum for users to ask questions, make suggestions, and to get support. New versions of the firmware are announced here, and there are links to the source for developers.
Click here to go to the Forum.
Check out the following video review of the prototype by Alterus (aka Kevin Casteels) that covers the major features!