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SV: [bluetooth-dev] What cable used to connect PC and Bluetooth Device?



Hi!
Well the different Ericsson kits differ.
The developer kit (the big blue metal thing) uses a null modem cable.
The starter kit uses a straight serial cable and finally
the application kit uses a null modem cable. These are the ones sold by
Sigma. 
Are there more Ericsson kits out there?

/Mårten Wikström

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Från: Ben Walter [mailto:bwalter@xxxxxxx.com]
Skickat: den 24 oktober 2000 16:45
Till: Ling Su; bluetooth-dev@xxxxxxx.com
Ämne: Re: [bluetooth-dev] What cable used to connect PC and Bluetooth
Device?


Ling Ni hao,
 
If you're talking about the Ericsson hardware, it's a null modem cable.  I
know, a straight serial cable would make more sense to me too...
 
-Ben

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From: Ling Su <mailto:lingsu@xxxxxxx.com>  
To: bluetooth-dev@xxxxxxx.com">mailto:bluetooth-dev@xxxxxxx.com>  
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2000 11:47 AM
Subject: [bluetooth-dev] What cable used to connect PC and Bluetooth Device?

Hello, 
 
I have a very simple question, hope someone can kindly give me an answer.
 
What kind of serial cable should I use to connect PC and Bluetooth together?
Is it an null modem cable or just a common serial cable. I am a little bit
puzzled, since GDB remote debugger uses a common serial cable instead of
null modem to communicate with remote device, how could they do this, since
we must swap the 2 and 3 pin to make two devices to communicate with each
others. How could we make it happen using an direct serial cable?
 
Thanks for any suggestion!
 
-Ling
 
 
 
 
 

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