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Connect PC & PIC using Bluetooth

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I want to connect PIC(18f or 16f) with PC using Bluetooth.I never used Bluetooth module.How can I start this? Which Bluetooth module is suitable for this?



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you can use some serial bluetooth module for connecting to the PIC, and some USB device for the PC
u need only a program that will work on the PC and recognize the PIC ..
 

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I have used a Bluegiga WT12 module with a PIC24FJ64GB002 for a similar project
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The PIC24FJ64GB002 comes in a 28 SDIP package so makes it easy to build a simple of PCB or even a breadboard

Microchip USB stack available fee from
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**broken link removed** also seems to be a nice solution. You just communicate with your PC through the UART interface of your PIC, which is very easy. It has a standard pitched connector so you can just plug the module onto a breadboard or solderboard.
 
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