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Firmware For Cheap Bluetooth Modules

On-chip linear regulator; 1. The real CSR firmware runs elsewhere. Email required Address never made public. UART interface blkecore4 programmable baud rate up to 1. Instead he uses a parallel port on a computer to emulate SPI.

Firmware For Cheap Bluetooth Modules | Hackaday

These features make the device ideal for lower-volume applications, general development and prototyping, and any markets that ex the ability to upgrade quickly. Digital demodulator for improved sensitivity and operation, including all medium rate preset types co-channel rejection? Synchronous bi-directional serial programmable?

Learn how your comment data is processed. I keep several around with both serial and parallel, there are countless uses for bluuecore4 ports.


You are commenting using your Facebook account. But kit did have a lot of extra bells and whistles. Synchronous serial interface up to 4Mbaud for multiples of kHz or an external clock? Like I said the BC is obsolete.

BlueCore4 IC family

Power-on-reset cell detects low supply voltage? Makes me confused as to whether to scratch my head in confusion or apply face to palm. Know it is expensive but have not found a link to buy for the exact price.

Can run in low power mode from external 32kHz clock signal Transmitter?

Too bad even though the commercial toolchain used to code for these chips is gcc based, it is not open and you need to purchase it do do anything bluecoee4. External 8Mbit Flash for complete system solution Receiver? I believe there are already firmwares floating around for just that.

How exactly does the firmware run in a VM? I guess it is not so common to use a bluetooth HID stack rather then a serial one and this is were they earn their money.

Now if only someone can show me a BIP stack on one of these…lots of bluetooth chips with high bandwidth audio, but not a one with a simple command for image push. These devices are almost as cheap as a bare ATMega, so the possibilities are interesting, to say the least. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.


By using our website and services, you expressly agree to the placement of our performance, functionality and advertising cookies. Yep… I guess most of people get that toolchain off torrents anyway. But 20euros versus 5euros still makes a difference. Who the hell has a parallel port on their computer these days? Unless you have the expensive Toolchain all of this is pretty difficult to make any use of. Bbluecore4 built-in parallel ports just works.

The motherboard I bough a year ago has a parallel port FM2A75 pro4-m.

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This dev board also has an official USB to SPI adapter that you can use in blueflash and can be jumpered off the board for programming Bluecore devices as well as uEnergy devices.