- Mon Aug 13, 2018 9:42 am
Apologies, please disregard previous post. This turned out to be a terminal emulator problem. We can add TeraTerm to the terminal emulators that do not work well with 8266. Hyperterm works fine. AT commands seem to work as specified (so far). I am new to WiFi, not sure if I can actually transmit data using only AT commands, more reading and experimentation to do. I have looked at Neil Kolban's excellent e-book, but like almost all of the tutorials and articles, it seems to focus on how to re-flash the module with your own code, which I am trying to avoid if possible.
Thanks paulvha for the suggestion, but the characters were not garbled as you would see with wrong line settings, but actual Korean characters, which I didn't even know were in my PCs fonts. Weird that TeraTerm would display in Korean, never have seen that before.