Forum: µC & Digital Electronics µC with bluetooth web server

Author: Franz Wegerer (Guest)
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Our target is to run a web server on the microcontroller with Bluetooth 
access. So you can easily use the standard browser from the pc, phone, …

So far I have found many solutions with the SPP profile (serial cable 
replacement). I think for TCP/IP the PAN profile (Extended Data mode) is 
needed, or?

Does anyone know an evaluation board with which we can do some tests?


Have a nice weekend!

Author: Stefan Frings (Guest)
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For the SPP profile I recomment to connect an BTM-222 module directly to 
the serial UART interface of any microcontroller.
See http://stefanfrings.de/btm222/index.html

For the PAN profile I have no idea. How about using a real ethernet 
interface instead? For example this way: 

Author: Franz Wegerer (Guest)
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Thanks for the answer.

Real Ethernet is not an option, sorry. I will ask CONNECTBLUE if there 
is a sample code available for the CB-OBS411I-04-0


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