Home-Brew IR port. Was - Please Ignore RS232 message. The
subject should read IrDA port... Sorry
pmarques at grupopie.com
Fri May 11 19:11:19 CEST 2007
Paulo Marques wrote:
> Alan Ide wrote:
>> Thank you for your ideas, every idea helps.
By the way, if lirc only uses the TX signal of the serial port and sends
a data stream that resembles the original signal (without sending tx
breaks, etc.), then using only one bluetooth serial port adapter
should just work. If lirc works with a usb<->serial adapter it should
work with a bluetooth one, too.
The bluetooth stack creates a "virtual" serial port that lirc can use to
send data. Then you use the same emitter schematic, but connected to the
TX pin on the adapter. It even comes with a 5V power supply.
If the bluetooth stack can keep the serial port buffers full without
stalls, everything should be as if it were a serial port on the Neo itself.
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