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Re: [bluetooth-dev] bluetooth in the real world
Just want to share some experience with all of you.
So far I was using Axis OpenBT with the baseband which was developed by ourselves in a ARM 7 platform. Here is the status:
1. 3Com PCMCIA
- Can establish RFCOMM connection. After that, using hypterterminal and ZModem can transfer files up to 380 kbps.
2. TDK USB BT dongle
- Same as 3COM (I think it's more reliable than 3 COM!)
3. Ericsson T39M
- As our Baseband not implement encryption yet, it stop when T39M send LMP_ENCRYPTION_MODE request.
However, I have test Axis with Ericsson EBDK Baseband and I can use minicom in Linux side to send AT commands. e.g. can dial to ISP.
4. Axis AP
- Same as 3. We need to implement encryption!!! Tested it with Ericsson EBDK BB and through it I can browse internet throught Bluetooth!
I hope anyone who use AXIS with some success shared their experience also. Currently I am looking for OBEX through AXIS. Any ideas?
Andrew Scott-Miller wrote:
> sorry if this is not as advanced as most requests.. but all i'm trying to do is get the 9010 to work with anything... have a network of 9010 across the island of Jersey ans want to push this technology but 6 months down the line i'm close to giving up.
> story so far...
> purchased some 9010's and have connected them to ADSL lines
> purchased a Sony PCG C1VFK with built in bluetooth to demonstrate the system to the press on:
> Cannot get the sony laptop to see the lan profile on the axis... Sony says it is fully compatible with the latest btooth build - and lan profiles but won't work...
> Purchased a 3com bluetooth card from 3com (3crwb6096) it connects to axis points but after 30 seconds disconnect and will never reconnect unless you remove all bluetooth software, drivers etc then resinstall. Tried in 4 different laptops... and the same.
> All devices have latest service packs - etc etc
> has anyone ever got this working in a real world environment?
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