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BISMS02BI Bluetooth module Help

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Hello

I bought a BISMS02BI Bluetooth module from LairdTech

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But I can't integrate it to a microcontroller

I emailed the support but they didn't reply

I need to know wether these modules support serial uart interface or not ?

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Yes, the BISMS02BI Bluetooth Module does have a UART.

Você fala português?

Sim

If not you can always have the project report detailing the interfacing of BISMS02BI Bluetooth Module translated online.

Project Detailing Interfacing the BISMS02BI Bluetooth Module - Portuguese

Bluetooth interfacing tutorial, so doesn't cover your module, but has plenty of examples:

Bluetooth Tutorial

LairdTech purchased Ezurio the original manufactures of the module:

blu 2i AT Command Set

Embedded Bluetooth® AT Module

Technical Datasheet

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Bluetooth Forum covering your module

Hope the links help you.
 

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Hi flashking,

You may also want to checkout the EDABoard group:

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I've post many Bluetooth related links to projects, appnots and other docs, with more being posted daily.

Ciao
 
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thanks for replying

the module name is (TRBLU-024-00100)

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which doesn't support UART

it supports only HCI over USB

any idea how to make a good use of it?! because I can't figure out how to run it
 
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thanks for replying

the module name is (TRBLU-024-00100)

which doesn't support UART

it supports only HCI over USB

any idea how to make a good use of it?! because I can't figure out how to run it

Is this a USB dongle or internal integrated module for a PC, Laptop or similar application?

The problem is you would need to provide a HCI USB Stack on the MCU, which is definitely a nontrivial endeavor.

What family of MCUs were you considering?

If you had an embedded processor board capable of running Embedded Linux, Embedded Windows or Windows CE, this would most likely be the least painful route.

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Here's a link discussing the implementation of HCI over USB via PIC24 or PIC32, if you are set on using a MCU you will have to use a higher end device:

How to control a Bluetooth USB dongle by PIC24FJ64G002 on HCI protocol layer
 

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Is this a USB dongle or internal integrated module for a PC, Laptop or similar application?

The problem is you would need to provide a HCI USB Stack on the MCU, which is definitely a nontrivial endeavor.

What family of MCUs were you considering?

If you had an embedded processor board capable of running Embedded Linux, Embedded Windows or Windows CE, this would most likely be the least painful route.

---------- Post added at 02:36 ---------- Previous post was at 01:55 ----------

Here's a link discussing the implementation of HCI over USB via PIC24 or PIC32, if you are set on using a MCU you will have to use a higher end device:

How to control a Bluetooth USB dongle by PIC24FJ64G002 on HCI protocol layer

Thanks very much for the link

here is the full detail about the module

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and I am not considering any microcontroller specifically

I just want the module to work anyhow!
 

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