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I wanted to make it possible to control an arduino board from my phone.So that I could control other devices.the easiest way seemed to be using bluetooth.but when ...
1 arduino board ( I used the duemilanvoe 328)1 bluetooth serial board ( I used the sparkfun bluesmirf)some pieces of wire 1 ledA computer with bluetooth or a ...
I linked the cts1 to the rts0 on the bluetooth module.then I wired the tx on the module to the rx on arduinothe rx on the bluetooth to ...
Before I connected the board using bluetooth. I had to load some code on to the arduino board.The easiest way to do this is to open the arduino ...
the next step is to connect the arduino board using bluetooth.disconnect the arduino usb cable and connect up the bluetooth module.power the arduino board. and the red led ...
the next step is to connect to your arduino board using a terminal.I used putty.I selected the serial option and set the com port to 11 to match ...
the priciples are basicly the same as connecting using a PCOn the pocket pc open the bluetooth manager and serch for new device.when you see the Firefly-E754SPP connect ...
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