January 2013 archive

Jan 09 2013

Bluetooth Net Monitor

A newer version of the Bluetooth network monitor can be read about here, but I’d recommend carrying on reading this post first. Whenever I want to see why a download is going a little slow or getting lag on an online game I’d have to log in to my routers web page or SSH in …

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Jan 06 2013

Getting Bluetooth modules talking to each other

Before we start, please note that most Apple devices don’t support the virtual serial link profile that these modules use. A really easy method of making your projects wireless is to use serial Bluetooth modules, these modules take standard serial data and transparently transmit it via Bluetooth to another connected Bluetooth module, no extra code …

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Jan 01 2013

nRF905 AVR/Arduino Library/Driver

The nRF905 is a radio transceiver IC similar to the well known nRF24L01, but operates at 433/898/915MHz instead of 2.4GHz, has a much longer range and a few extra IO pins. However the nRF905 data rate is only 50Kbps compared to nRF24L01’s 2Mbps. This library offers quite a bit of flexibility: Optional use of interrupts, …

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