To meet the need for smaller designs, Bluetooth chips emerge that implement the entire Bluetooth stack. Timber is a program language developed for embedded systems, where the size of the system often is critical. If these two are combined, a small sized embedded system with a possibility to communicate with the surrounding can be created.
This thesis describes the structure of Bluetooth, with a short description of the different layers. The BlueCore Serial Protocol, used to communicate with Bluetooth chips, and BlueStack is described, together with an example of how they can be used to make a Bluetooth implementation in Timbe.
Author: Evertsson, Hakan
Source: Lulea University of Technology
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