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Topic # 5634 13-Nov-2005 15:44
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i'm a final year engineering student due with my project.
i'm working on building a circuit which can accept text via bluetooth and output the same on an rs232 cable. can you pls provide me with the technical advice requried? also send me website addresses which can help me in this issue.
i'm really breaking my head over this

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Reply # 23128 13-Nov-2005 19:19
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Hi and welcome to GZ

Is your title meant to say ' need tech advice '

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Reply # 23148 14-Nov-2005 10:23
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You should look for information on the official specifications available from the Bluetooth SIG. To develop something you probably have to purchase a Bluetooth SDK, including radio, software,etc. These are not cheap - available from companies such as Widcomm, IVT, etc.







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Reply # 23214 15-Nov-2005 07:35
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but i just came across a company by name Hantz selling bluetooth serial adapters at 114$, it's got the same spesifications i wanted. actually i don't wanna buy it since it'll be a part of my final year project. i want complete details(software and hardware) as to how it can be set up. pls note that i won't be usin this for a comp, it'll be plugged to an rs232 port of a simple electronic device.
i've been searching over the net for any sort of tech advice on this topic and it's really hard to find,so pls do help me.





freitasm: You should look for information on the official specifications available from the Bluetooth SIG. To develop something you probably have to purchase a Bluetooth SDK, including radio, software,etc. These are not cheap - available from companies such as Widcomm, IVT, etc.


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Reply # 23223 15-Nov-2005 09:14
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Contact, purchase the device you need, and see if they have a SDK. It seems to be the way to go.






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