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# 11. Networking & Communication
This week our group experimented with networking & communication through communicating between two projects, and sending and recieving a message.
This week our group experimented with networking & communication through communicating between two projects, and sending and receiving a message.
We communicated between the final project boards of studnets [Drew Griggs](http://fabacademy.org/2021/labs/charlotte/students/drew-griggs/) and [Teddy Warner](http://fabacademy.org/2021/labs/charlotte/students/theodore-warner/).
We communicated between the final project boards of students [Drew Griggs](http://fabacademy.org/2021/labs/charlotte/students/drew-griggs/) and [Teddy Warner](http://fabacademy.org/2021/labs/charlotte/students/theodore-warner/).
## Hardware
We started by hooking up our boards. Drew's final project included the use of both software and hardware serial, so we used that board as a "slave" board. We had it recieve messages through the software serial port, and send them out to a monitor through the hardware serial ports.
We started by hooking up our boards. Drew's final project included the use of both software and hardware serial, so we used that board as a "slave" board. We had it receive messages through the software serial port, and send them out to a monitor through the hardware serial ports.
Teddy's board included many more pin headers for an LCD display, as well as a power regulator to drop power down from 12V, tx/rx pins, and other features. These extra features make it optimal if we wanted to hook up multiple different boards to it, so we used it as a master board.
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We uploaded our code using our different protocols and starting testing. We connected the tx pin of Teddy's board to the software serial rx pin on Drew's, opened the serial port, and found ourselves reading an incrementing integer
![](../images/week11/runnignsystem.jpg)
![](../images/week11/runningsystem.jpg)
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