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programming bluetooth communication with labview

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wavestorm1986

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bluetooth with labview

helo everyone.....i need some help
i have an academic project about interface between the Bluetooth and the PC using LABVIEW.......
the idea is like this

ECG---OP AMP---ADC---BT----------BT---RS232----LABVIEW
BT=BLUETOOTH

means i have to buy the BT module and i already have one currently form parallex company.so i hope if any one have an idea how to programed the BT in the LABVIEW or interface between the two BT module i will be thankful for that..........


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Dude, it is YOUR academic project... see, when i finish my own ill post it here to HELP others use my idea or THEIR OWN. Well. sorry. Why u use RS232? use an USB port.
 

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several years ago i had communicated between two computer with BT-dongle and labview.ofcourse it was a simple work and i had used labview examples for BT-toolbox.i recommend to you that first you see this examples and try to understand the role of each block on the block-diagram.and i suggest to you that division your project to several steps and try to do them one by one.im agree with 4L!3N its better to use a USB bluetooth dongle.i think i had used a broadcom BT-dongle.notice that the driver must be for microsoft for it be acceptable for labview.
 

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