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  1. Previously I have asked this question in the forum, however, my explanation was not so clear and may result in confusion. Hence, I decided to rephrase my question in this new post. Currently, I have been researching on how to allow my Zybo z720 board to receive data from Thingspeak channel through using Pmod ESP32 and control the status of the LED according to the data of Thingspeak. I have already known how to send the data (collected from ALS, AQS and HYGRO) from the zybo board to Thingspeak by using the AT command. I will show the code below. void receiveData(XTime time){ X
  2. Hi, I am using Pmod ESP32 and figure out the possibilities to receive data from Thingspeak. Based on my research, I found this link may help me to get Thingspeak data via using AT command. The link is here: https://allaboutfpga.com/remote-monitoring-and-control-of-home-appliances-from-cloud-using-edge-artix-7-fpga-board/ Remote Monitoring and control of Home appliances from cloud using EDGE Artix 7 FPGA board (allaboutfpga.com). This picture (picture is from the link above) tells me what AT command I should use for receiving data from Thingspeak Cloud.