How did you figure the low level bluetooth BC4 commands

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How did you figure the low level bluetooth BC4 commands

Postby RoboPAL » Tue Sep 29, 2009 9:05 pm

So the low level Bluetooth class talks with the BC4 chip using a handful of native commands. The BC4 is running a SPP profile?

Where can I find some documentation on that interface ( in addition to the Bluetooth 'code' ) -- ie on what information needs to be sent and received to the BC4 chip to establish a link etc.

Is the BC4 chip on the NXT an off the shelf part (with SPP included) or is something custom Lego have create using some sort of toolkit.

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JC

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Postby gloomyandy » Tue Sep 29, 2009 9:17 pm

Hi,
All of the documentation is available on the Lego Mindstorms site. The BC4 is running a set of custom firmware that seems to be Lego specific and only makes available a limited spp profile...

Andy

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Postby RoboPAL » Tue Sep 29, 2009 9:53 pm

Thanks! found it.

Want to create some hardware that can connect to the NXT.

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http://www.robopal4nxt.com/


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