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Raspberry Pi Sensors by Rushi Gajjar

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Connecting the Raspberry Pi to the Internet

Once you have finished setting up the RasPi, it's time to connect it to the Internet. Basically, there are two very common ways of connecting the RasPi to Internet: the first (and easiest way) is via Wi-Fi connection using a Wi-Fi dongle, or transceiver; the second is somewhat tricky but it's the most economical and practical way to utilize everything you have and without an additional Wi-Fi dongle. This will require a laptop/desktop computer (a PC) and an Ethernet cable. We will see how to follow each of the ways.

Internet connection through Wi-Fi dongle

You can purchase the dongle for the RasPi from any leading online store or an electronics store near you. It ranges from 10 to 20 USD at the time of ...

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