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Subject: Re: USB Design Question...
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 18:48:10 +0000 (UTC)
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Wim Lewis wrote:
> In article ,
> dritix wrote:
>>I am not quite familiar with USB but I am planning on using it in a
>>project of mine (just for the challenge of it). Here is what i wanna
>>Get data from a series of sensors, "somehow" feed that into a USB
>>interface which in turn will be connected to a Bluetooth module. Then,
>>this data will be transmitted to another Bluetooth device connected
>>again through USB to a PC, where it will be processed (graphed,
> Is there a reason you want to talk USB between the sensors and the
> bluetooth module? This sounds like the most difficult part of the
> project. USB is an asymmetrical protocol --- the responsibilities
Then again, the bluetooth part could be just as nasty.
The little I've read of bluetooth seems to indicate that taking
just a radio and connecting it to your microcontroller is the
trivial part of the task.
The rest is negotiating your way through the twisty passages all alike,
that make up the bluetooth protocol stack.
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