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Bluetooth technology for industrial application (Party slave)


Volume 6, Issue 2, August 2014, Pages 165–171

 Bluetooth technology for industrial application (Party slave)

Ahmed Benlghazi, Driss Moussaid, and Elhassan Chadli

Original language: English

Received 25 May 2014

Copyright © 2014 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


The cable transmission of the information between computer devices or / and electronic devices is increasingly replaced by wireless transmission. Bluetooth modules are currently among the best performing wireless communication devices. They are characterized by their small size, excellent radio range and low power consumption.
The Bluetooth technology is commonly used for creating wireless networks in the IT field (keyboard, mouse, printer…). However, this technology can be used in many more application.
In this paper we describe a way to apply the Bluetooth technology in various industrial fields.
The project objective is to establish a Bluetooth communication between industrial supervision system (SS) and a peripheral such as a motor. The peripheral is configured as a slave, while the supervision system is configured as a master.
In this article we describe the party of the Bluetooth peripheral.


Author Keywords: Bluetooth, Industrial chain, Bluetooth Profiles, Serial port profile, Slave.


How to Cite this Article


Ahmed Benlghazi, Driss Moussaid, and Elhassan Chadli, “Bluetooth technology for industrial application (Party slave),” International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 165–171, August 2014.