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Bluetooth Transceiver for headsets with a mic Answered

Hello Everyone,

I would like to build a module that is a Bluetooth transceiver that I can connect to a two-way radio. I have seen many transmitters for Bluetooth but they don't have the correct connection. I need a Mic/audio/Ground type.
Can someone here point me in the correct direction.

Thanks


Hobs

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Downunder35m

2 years ago

The usual stuff you get in the shops is only meant to transmit audio in one direction.
Basically just to connect your stero without BT functions to your phone to play music and such.
Motorcycle solutions like the ones from Sena do two way communication but at a hefty price tag.
I would tend to guess that using two modules, one for receive and one transmit would be your only option unless you want to pay a lot of money.

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PilotHobsDownunder35m

Reply 2 years ago

Thanks,

Just wondering how the BT headsets connect so easily with a phone. They must transmit and receive at the same time. What type of BT transceiver is in them?

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Downunder35mPilotHobs

Reply 2 years ago

It comes down to the protocols and speed used.
In your case neither hardware has any computer or USB port, so you are limited to the pure basics.
If price is no problem check KCWirefree otherwise browse through what might be available at Sparkfun for example in the Edison range - but those require even more additional hardware and programming..

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PilotHobsDownunder35m

Reply 2 years ago

Thanks Downnunder, Chris at KCWirefree knew exactly what I was looking for and we were able to come up with a plan.

I had been searching for them for a month and only you were able to get me to the right company.

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Downunder35mPilotHobs

Reply 2 years ago

Sorry, but it was not me, my good old friend Google helped me out here ;)
Just a matter of using the correct search terms ;)