ESP8266 Response time

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Hello , Guys I am working on ESP8266 , and i am still trying to design the code and the functions . I have a question about the time response of each AT Command . how can i determine the amount of time before i can say that timeout has occured??

Last Edited: Sun. Mar 29, 2020 - 11:31 PM
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This site is not dedicated to the ESP8266, but the Atchip-Micromel AVR family of microcontrollers.  I'll move this to the General Electronics forum. 

 

In the meantime have you tried using a search engine like Yahoo, Bing or Google to find the information you are seeking?

 

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As Jim suggests, here is not the best place for your question - esp8266.com might be a better choice. I dare say your question has been answered before. I'd think any command that initiates a network operation will have a variable response time determined by your network.

 

You can do a surprising amount of work on the 8266 itself. I've been playing around with the Tasmota project recently. It has facilities to talk to a second processor. You might want to investigate this.

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As the others have said, this has nothing to do with Microchip, Atmel, or AVR.

 

For specific questions like this, about other manufacturer's products, you need to go to the Manufacturer's website - in this case, Espressif:

 

https://www.espressif.com/en/products/hardware/esp8266ex/overview

 

As Kartman said, there is also a community site:

 

https://www.esp8266.com/

 

MuhammedElmaghraby wrote:
I have a question about the time response of each AT Command

So what does the AT Command documentation tell you ?

 

 

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Last Edited: Mon. Mar 30, 2020 - 07:48 AM
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awneil wrote:
So what does the AT Command documentation tell you ?

Indeed!

 

 

 

 

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MuhammedElmaghraby wrote:
how can i determine the amount of time before i can say that timeout has occured??

You're not making the classic mistake of writing your code with blind delays, are you ?

 

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