I wrote about a crap Bluetooth dongle that I bought last year. There’s a work-around against loosing ms on every retransmission – after long period of inactivity just send a short neutral packet to wake it up i. However, there’re literally tons of technical documentation published by CSR which can be found on their suport website. Mr Dougl’s junior member post started me thinking about that Bluetooth crap thing. Thus, H4 uart protocol can’t really be used, since it doesn’t provide means for reliable connection doesn’t have packet acknowledgments and doesn’t try to retransmit the data if there’s no acknowledgments received.
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I opened up the casing being very careful to not damage PCB and surface-mounted componets and you can see its internals on the picture below:.
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Niels Brouwers 12 January, The other possible values are: This one seems interesting. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
Most of cheap BlueCore based modules can be programmed to do it. You can find some info, photo and sources here: Rambled by lizard43 at Sources for BT module and Symbian phone can be found on my site.
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There is an alternative firmware floating around that turns it into a bluetooth sniffing device. You are commenting using your Lbuetooth account. Or write your own: The number of retries for BCSP packet retransmission.
Of course using one less chip is great, but we will loose the ability to update wireless.
Would this in work? Then it would be a very crappy IDE. Hey Stanson, bluetooht you have achieved with the Bluetooth modules sounds awesome.
There are proprietary Blutooth named Bluelab exists for writing module firmware. Bluez supports BCSP bluecore serial protocol so you should be able to use the dongle like that.
While following up on your links I found this other project also writing custom firmware for the CSR chips, which seems like a HaD-worthy project in itself: Ok, sounds good enough. I think the point is to wirelessly update firmware of a micro controller at a reasonable price. I wrote about a crap Bluetooth dongle that I bought last year. It will take less time bluetootn learning Atmega programming.
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I spend less than an evening to make my module blink a LED with my own firmware. BlueLab have hc212 tools too. There’s loads of code for using bluecore chips via serial. There’re some technical limitations which need to be considered before starting using Deep Sleep mode, though. Newer Post Older Post Home.
They figured uploading code to the microcontroller over Bluetooth would be a good idea, but their adapter, a cheap HC module, had no way of resetting the microcontroller; it just provided Tx and Rx the serial port.
Flash memory chips are made by AMD and Eon. Anonymous 11 February, Mr Dougl’s junior member post started me thinking about that Bluetooth crap thing.
In short — module runs some kind of OS. Thus, H4 uart protocol can’t really be used, since it doesn’t provide means for reliable connection doesn’t have packet acknowledgments and doesn’t try to retransmit the data if there’s no acknowledgments received.
The time in seconds the other end of communication link falls asleep after receiving the data.