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Topic # 7065 16-Mar-2006 04:30
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Hello,



I'm using Labview 7.1 with the version 7.1 PDA module. I was told by NI that this combination supports bluetooth communications. When I try to use the NI bluetooth examples on the PDA (pocketpc 2003) it tells me it can't load Bluetooth Library LVBtw.dll.



I realise after that my pocket pc (Eten m500) does not have the widcomm (BTW-CE). I don't know if I can setup the required (BTW-CE 1.4) in my pocket pc !!!. Can anyone shed some light on this issue or tell me where I can get BTW-CE 1.4to make labview happy?



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Reply # 30818 16-Mar-2006 08:39
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Welcome to Geekzone... Sorry, but this is one of the bits of software that can not be changed on the Pocket PC.







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  Reply # 30888 16-Mar-2006 21:25
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Thank you freitasm ...
that mean I can not setup the widcomm in my pocket pc ? in your opinion, there is not an alternative (Eten develop its own stack) ?

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Reply # 30889 16-Mar-2006 21:29
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You can't install another Bluetooth stack without some integration, driver development, etc.

An O&M can use any software for the Bluetooth part of the device. Currently they are all using the Microsoft Bluetooth software on Windows Mobile 5.0 devices.





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