bluetooth.

Dec 18, 2006 at 7:23pm

bluetooth.

Hi there you all,

I’m currently working on a collective instrument and I have 10 different
sensors (can do pic chips or basic stamp) and I need to send that serial
data wirelessly to max. Is this familiar to any of you? I’d like to know
what would be the simplest way to do it memory speed-wise. And what
would be the friendliest and reliable bluetooth device to use.

And thanks for all the previous help on sound synthesis and 8-bit-like
type of sounds.

Cheers,

Leonardo.

#29285
Dec 18, 2006 at 8:45pm

On 18 Dec 2006, at 19:23, Leonardo Parra wrote:

> I’m currently working on a collective instrument and I have 10
> different
> sensors (can do pic chips or basic stamp) and I need to send that
> serial
> data wirelessly to max.

Todor Todoroff is doing something similar for our project using PIC
connected to a Lantronix board which transmits UDP packets. There’s
some information at:

http://www.quartetproject.net

– N.

#91103
Dec 20, 2006 at 2:48pm

The EE on my upcoming project is presently building a prototype of on-body sensors with zigbee transmission. He says it will be easier and less costly to implement than bluetooth, and very reliable. Our application will not need long transmission distances, so that’s not an issue.

By the way, the Arduino site has tutorials up on both zigbee and bluetooth integration with their boards.

#91104

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