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Bluetooth protocol stack

Started by SO October 31, 2007
Hallo, we want to implement a Bluetooth protocol stack to build a
wireless connection between our software modules (Windows Embedded and
microcontrollers). Has anyone had any experience with these companies:
- BLUEmagic
- IAR / Cybercom
- Bluetopia (stonestreet one)
- BOOST (Wipro-NewLogic)
- aveLink (Atinav)
- Broadcom
- iAnywhere
- BTE (Widcomm)
Which of the solutions would you recommend? Any hints? Thank you very
much in advance.

On Oct 31, 7:34 pm, SO <s.os...@freenet.de> wrote:
> Hallo, we want to implement a Bluetooth protocol stack to build a > wireless connection between our software modules (Windows Embedded and > microcontrollers). Has anyone had any experience with these companies: > - BLUEmagic > - IAR / Cybercom > - Bluetopia (stonestreet one) > - BOOST (Wipro-NewLogic) > - aveLink (Atinav) > - Broadcom > - iAnywhere > - BTE (Widcomm) > Which of the solutions would you recommend? Any hints? Thank you very > much in advance.
Try Bluez . It is really nice . Karthik Balaguru
On 31 Okt., 15:59, karthikbalaguru <karthikbalagur...@gmail.com>
wrote:
> On Oct 31, 7:34 pm, SO <s.os...@freenet.de> wrote: > > > Hallo, we want to implement a Bluetooth protocol stack to build a > > wireless connection between our software modules (Windows Embedded and > > microcontrollers). Has anyone had any experience with these companies: > > - BLUEmagic > > - IAR / Cybercom > > - Bluetopia (stonestreet one) > > - BOOST (Wipro-NewLogic) > > - aveLink (Atinav) > > - Broadcom > > - iAnywhere > > - BTE (Widcomm) > > Which of the solutions would you recommend? Any hints? Thank you very > > much in advance. > > Try Bluez . It is really nice . > > Karthik Balaguru
Do you mean BlueZ for Linux? Can it be ported to Windows Embedded and microcontrollers (without operating system), e.g. Infineon, TI or Freescale? Regards, Slawomir
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On Oct 31, 8:21 pm, SO <s.os...@freenet.de> wrote:
> On 31 Okt., 15:59, karthikbalaguru <karthikbalagur...@gmail.com> > wrote: > > > > > > > On Oct 31, 7:34 pm, SO <s.os...@freenet.de> wrote: > > > > Hallo, we want to implement a Bluetooth protocol stack to build a > > > wireless connection between our software modules (Windows Embedded and > > > microcontrollers). Has anyone had any experience with these companies: > > > - BLUEmagic > > > - IAR / Cybercom > > > - Bluetopia (stonestreet one) > > > - BOOST (Wipro-NewLogic) > > > - aveLink (Atinav) > > > - Broadcom > > > - iAnywhere > > > - BTE (Widcomm) > > > Which of the solutions would you recommend? Any hints? Thank you very > > > much in advance. > > > Try Bluez . It is really nice . > > > Karthik Balaguru > > Do you mean BlueZ for Linux? Can it be ported to Windows Embedded and > microcontrollers (without operating system), e.g. Infineon, TI or > Freescale?
Bluez is good, but, you need to port it to windows and other processor environment as per your requirement. Check with the Bluez website as processors list get updated frequently. There is another interesting BT(Bluetooth) protocol stack called as IwBT. I think, in that case you can try IwBT. which is an open source lightweight Bluetooth protocol stack for embedded systems and is ported on microcontrollers, linux, windows. :):) Karthik Balaguru
Hello,

> There is another interesting BT(Bluetooth) protocol stack called as IwBT. > I think, in that case you can try IwBT. which is an open source > lightweight Bluetooth protocol stack for > embedded systems and is ported on microcontrollers, linux, windows. :):)
can you point me where i can find the IwBT ? Google was not realy helpful... Regards, Martin
Martin Maurer wrote:
> Hello, > > >>There is another interesting BT(Bluetooth) protocol stack called as IwBT. >>I think, in that case you can try IwBT. which is an open source >>lightweight Bluetooth protocol stack for >>embedded systems and is ported on microcontrollers, linux, windows. :):) > > > can you point me where i can find the IwBT ? Google was not realy helpful... > > Regards, > > Martin > >
Try Googling "lwBT" (light weight Blue Tooth). Hint: it begins with "l", not "I". Cheers, Ed.
On Nov 1, 10:53 pm, "Martin Maurer" <Martin.Mau...@clibb.de> wrote:
> Hello, > > > There is another interesting BT(Bluetooth) protocol stack called as IwBT. > > I think, in that case you can try IwBT. which is an open source > > lightweight Bluetooth protocol stack for > > embedded systems and is ported on microcontrollers, linux, windows. :):) > > can you point me where i can find the IwBT ? Google was not realy helpful... >
It is 'lwBT' where 'lw' corresponds to 'Light Weight' and BT to 'Bluetooth' Refer -> http://www.sm.luth.se/~conny/lwbt/ Karthik Balaguru