[En-Nut-Discussion] Ethernut and Bluetooth
matthias at ringwald.ch
Mon Dec 1 12:59:52 CET 2014
> Is there any simple applications using your stack and that is easily
Sure. The most popular one is “spp_counter”: an SPP server which sends an ASCII counter every second. You can connect to that with your OS Bluetooth support and open a terminal. There’s also a “spp_and_le_counter” which does the same via Bluetooth Low Energy.
If you like, you can try them in 5 minutes on an OS X or Linux system. Just check out the code from btstack.org, go to platforms/libusb and run make there - it assumes you have libusb-1.0 installed and that pkg-config works. Plug in an USB Bluetooth module and run the examples. On Linux, you’ll probably need sudo rights.
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