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[bluetooth-dev] 回复: [bluetooth-dev] can axis stack run on the errision module rok 101 008
the datasheet from my local distributor, is rok101007.but they say
errissin's module doesn't support point to multipoint communication yet, the
rok 101008 is kind of module support only point to point com.
the the mechanical specification of the 008 are identical with the 007.
from the datasheets, the manufactor suggest a schematic of RS232
interface,so I want to do some hardware to make the module work,such as add
a "max232 of maxim".
is that sound possible?
发件人: Oliver Kasten <firstname.lastname@example.org>
收件人: zhangjun <email@example.com>
日期: 2001年1月15日 19:58
主题: Re: [bluetooth-dev] can axis stack run on the errision module rok
> most of the bt-hardware out there is based on the ericsson "rok 101
>007" (last digit == 7!) module. the stack works with those modules. i
>haven磘 heard of the existance of a "rok 101 008" module.
>btw, how did you manage to get your hands on these modules? are you
>going to develope your own hardware for it?
>could you please send me the mechanical specification of the 008 and
>pinout if different from the 007?
>> zhangjun wrote:
>> hi all,
>> I have download the axis stack ,and compiled successfully with the
>> help of some friends on the mail list.thank them once more.
>> now I want to do some hardware interconnect experiment.I want to
>> choose a pair of the errision's module rok 101 008.but I am not sure
>> the experiment can success.
>> who can give me some advise,or experience?
>> thank you in advance.
>> best regards,
>> shenyang dongyu industrial research institute,china
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