PIC - USB Port Wireless Serial Communication

Started by s_tanberk April 28, 2005
I want to make serial communication pic and notebook wirelessly.
Notebook has no serial port. So I should use USB port directly.

I will use bluetooth USB dongle for notebook USB port. And I will use
a bluetooth minimodule for PIC side.

Is there anyone who tried something like this before? I wonder if it is
possible to make serial communication using USB port directly.

Thanks.



I believe some PIC's have an USB interface onboard...

s_tanberk wrote:

 I want to make serial communication pic and notebook wirelessly.
Notebook has no serial port. So I should use USB port directly.

I will use bluetooth USB dongle for notebook USB port. And I will use
a bluetooth minimodule for PIC side.

Is there anyone who tried something like this before? I wonder if it is
possible to make serial communication using USB port directly.

Thanks.
 
 
 
 

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There are many Bluetooth modules for wireless serial communication.
Bluetooth module has UART interface for communication with PIC.
Learn RFCOMM/Serial Port Protocol over HCI to establish communication with USB
BT dongle.
Some Bluetooth modules support AT command which easier to use.
Google "RS232 Bluetooth module" !!

Good luck. Mada.
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> I want to make serial communication pic and notebook wirelessly.
>
> Notebook has no serial port. So I should use USB port directly. >
> I will use bluetooth USB dongle for notebook USB port. And I will use
>
> a bluetooth minimodule for PIC side. >
> Is there anyone who tried something like this before? I wonder if it is
>
> possible to make serial communication using USB port directly. >
> Thanks. >
>
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16C745, 18F2550, 18F4550 are three for starters.

Eirik Karlsen wrote:

> I believe some PIC's have an USB interface onboard...
>
> s_tanberk wrote:
>
>> I want to make serial communication pic and notebook wirelessly.
>> Notebook has no serial port. So I should use USB port directly.
>>
>> I will use bluetooth USB dongle for notebook USB port. And I will use
>> a bluetooth minimodule for PIC side.
>>
>> Is there anyone who tried something like this before? I wonder if it is
>> possible to make serial communication using USB port directly.
>>
>> Thanks.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> to unsubscribe, go to http://www.yahoogroups.com and follow the
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I have been looking at trying some of the modules at
http://www.blueradios.com/hardware.htm#BRC11. They have SMT and stamp style
modules for interfacing with embedded devices. RS232/RS485 to Blue tooth
wireless!

Scott

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Subject: [piclist] PIC - USB Port Wireless Serial Communication I want to make serial communication pic and notebook wirelessly.
Notebook has no serial port. So I should use USB port directly.

I will use bluetooth USB dongle for notebook USB port. And I will use
a bluetooth minimodule for PIC side.

Is there anyone who tried something like this before? I wonder if it is
possible to make serial communication using USB port directly.

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