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Sending data from 1 pic to other pic

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potetojb

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i want send data from 1 pic to other pic using wireless comunication.
i want find the best way to send the data using bluetooth,IR,RF or other divice. can some one help me or give me idea

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thank jayavardhan..

u know how to send data using bluetooth using pic? can u help me.

what the easy bluetooth module i can use. what i know bluetooth module dont have at command. so how can i send data using this bluetooth module.
 

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There are pic chips with rf integrated modules.
Check out Microchip application notes.
 

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Hello btbass!

Do you know if pic chips (or pic kits) already have bluetooth integrated modules? I typed in bluetooth in their search engine but found none..

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Well as wireless chip from Microchip is concerned take a look at MRF24J40 it belongs to Microchip and the datasheet mentions that it's easily interfacable with the PIC Microcontrollers, for data communication between PIC Controllers i would prefer you use something which is being recommended by the same company.
 

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Can anybody tell me if This MRF24j40 tranceiver can be interfaced to PIC16 series and also that it can be interfaced to PIC without much hassle of the networking issues?
 

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