Simulate Arduino model through WiFi with NodeMCU

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I recently tried to train a Neural Network to work on my project. As I want my neural network to stay on my laptop and do the processing, I need my arduino Mega to have a wireless communication with Simulink. I got an Arduino Mega and NodeMCU v3. Without going for a Wifi shield is it possible to do my project with what I have and any help to accomplish that?

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Subin Kuttappan Stellal Mary
As of R2016b, ESP8266 (NodeMCU) is not supported as a Wi-Fi shield in Simulink Support package for Arduino. They might add support for ESP8266 in a later release.
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Ranush Wickramarathne
Ranush Wickramarathne on 8 May 2017
Thank you very much and I have moved my project to Bluetooth module (HC-06) and yet I have been able to send and receive data from my Neural Network to arduino (not the simulations).

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