esp32free80211 - Send arbitrary IEEE 802.11 frames with Espressif's ESP32

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This project is now obsolete, please use esp32-80211-tx instead. esp32-80211-tx makes use of Espressif's esp_wifi_80211_tx API and is compatible with the latest esp-idf version. I'm still keeping this repository up since some niche use cases might not be compatible with the new esp_wifi_80211_tx API and because lots of sites link to this page. If you still want to use esp32free80211, please be advised that this project is currently incompatible with the latest version of esp32-wifi-lib. In order to get this working, you will need to downgrade to an older version, tested with esp32-wifi-lib git commit ffe5a4c14fe9c933c776fadc62fa9d409929e6f9.

https://github.com/Jeija/esp32free80211

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