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2001\11\05@023028 by Salah M.

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Hello List,
  I`d like to start a new project concerning remot-controlling ... any
information about wireless projects based on PIC MCU please...... is it
possible to control the BlueTooth module via the PIC ? most of the resources
that I got is talking about BT with AVR or ARM from Atmel but I am wondering
if I can do it with PIC .

Regards
Salah.

Hugle-Electronics,Inc.
Tokyo/Japan.

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2001\11\05@044958 by Wade Carpenter

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Hello!

I can't help but notice... Are you dead-set on Blue Tooth?  Correct me if
I'm wrong (and I could well be) but I thought the blue tooth range is quite
small.  Maybe your application requires the bandwidth that bluetooth can
provide, but if not, maybe consider some RF modules.  I have been using some
from linx technologies (linxtechnologies.com) that are REALLY easy to use.
Max data rate = 10kbps.

If that's any good for you, check it out.

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2001\11\05@125339 by iklas Wennerstrand

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Hello Salah,
Yes, you can do BlueTooth com with a PIC. The question is how much of the
BlueTooth stack you want to use. You probably need a PIC18C with a lot of
RAM or maybe a 17C with a lot of RAM. I would go for a 18C.
Blue Tooth is quite hard to implement and the BlueTooth modules are
expensive. If you just want some simple RF com with a PIC you should take a
look at Microchips new rfPICmicro. rfPIC12C509AG 433MHz.
Regards
Niklas

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Hello List,
  I`d like to start a new project concerning remot-controlling ... any
information about wireless projects based on PIC MCU please...... is it
possible to control the BlueTooth module via the PIC ? most of the resources
that I got is talking about BT with AVR or ARM from Atmel but I am wondering
if I can do it with PIC .

Regards
Salah.

Hugle-Electronics,Inc.
Tokyo/Japan.

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2001\11\05@221857 by Robert McAtee

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Salah, if you can use Infa-Red, and only need "on"-"off" you might look at
the Fire-Stick at http://www.rentron the transmitter/receiver kit I built
in about an hour will give you 4 line output for a combo of 16, 15 active
BCD outputs. With a cheap bcd to 16 line decoder you can see a lot of
combinations of off/on. I can transmitt the 38KC signal close to 100 feet
dependabaly in broad daylight.  ==Mac== Amateur Radio AG5F, Abilene, TX.

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2001\11\05@232536 by Salah M.

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Hi,
  Thanx Wade, thanx Niklas .... ya the BT module is expensive .... I
checked the *linxtechnologies.com* and the rfPIC ....both of them seem good
.... I think that I will start from the Infrared remote control system that
can be easly controled by using PIC then I will try to move to BT.... Ya u r
right Niklas I need a lot of RAM and I think I need RTOS also ....Actually
the project is to write the control program for some MCU based devices from
the same type ... these devices must communicate with each other with no
wires(Wireless) and they have to send their won status to the server(PC)
regularly then the App. program which is installed in the server will be
responsible to send the control signal for the spesified device that needs
to be adjusted ....it looks like a wireless network ...

Ok guys I `ll keep on looking for your advices.

Regards
Salah.


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2001\11\05@235619 by David Huisman

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Salah,

We have wireless modules that may suit your application.
They work in license free ISM bands. 100 Baud to 64K Baud.
up to 1km line of sight range and TTL interface to you application.
Check out http://www.orbitcoms.com and go to 400MHz page.

Regards

David Huisman

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2001\11\06@044706 by codefreeze 0

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or if you want to do IrDA communication, check out MCP2150 or MCP2120 from Microchip, which takes care of the protocol stacks.




regards,
Donny Tan
>From: Robert McAtee
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>To: PICLIST@MITVMA.MIT.EDU
>Subject: Re: [PIC]: Wireless
>Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2001 15:00:27 -0600
>
>Salah, if you can use Infa-Red, and only need "on"-"off" you might look at
>the Fire-Stick at http://www.rentron the transmitter/receiver kit I built
>in about an hour will give you 4 line output for a combo of 16, 15 active
>BCD outputs. With a cheap bcd to 16 line decoder you can see a lot of
>combinations of off/on. I can transmitt the 38KC signal close to 100 feet
>dependabaly in broad daylight. ==Mac== Amateur Radio AG5F, Abilene, TX.
>
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2001\11\06@120908 by Michael Noel

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Hi Salah,

Are you focus on Bluetooth like a strategic option in your company or do
you use
this technology
like a hobby? I use this technology on a company project and we must pay
USD200.000! for
HCI(host controller interface) protocol!!!This mean we can't use for our
product
the BLUETOOTH
logo and of course we can't take the information for to control the
link-controller for our bluetooth chip
set if we don't pay this tax to SIG(Special Interest Group).
So I can't give you the exact info because I have an agreement with our
manufacture( SiliconWave), but
I can tell you this, you can use the radio modem chip from SiliconWave
SiW1602
without the link-controller
and without the logo BLUETOOTH and you can obtain the same big transfer
rate
1Msimbol/s with 79 channels!
The 2,4-2,5GHz band is free almost every where on the planet and this
chip is
designed to use this frequency!
Of course you don't make a pico-net in the same way like in Bluetooth
specifications and you can communicate
with the Bluetooth system that use a link-controller.The radio modem
chip is
cheap in 1K pcs(USD10.5), but
for 1 pcs is cca.USD40! On  chip you have +4 dBm power and with USD1 you
can
easy obtain +20 dBm
power(cca.50m between Rx and Tx).You can access the radio modem on SPI
port of
the PICs with 4MHz
pic clock!
I hope it helps you!
Miki


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2001\11\06@144445 by Michael Noel

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Hi Salah !
Sorry I typed by mistake SiW1602 code for radio modem, correct is SiW1502 code!
Sorry again!
Miki

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2001\11\06@225211 by Salah M.

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Hello Michael,
   Thanx alot for ur reply ....I checked the siliconwave home page and
found what r u talking about ...it seems good idea ...  Actually we have
some products to make it wireless ....I`ll be responsible of doing the
software part and the other Eng. will do the hardware ...so that we r
checking all the available resources about wireless tech. and BT.  .... may
I write u email to ur won email not to the list coz may be I will need ur
advice in the future .... thanx again.

Regards
Salah

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2001\11\08@120702 by Michael Noel

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