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Design & Development Of A Raspberry Pi Daughter Board To Support Bluetooth Communication Using Uart University Of Khartoum

Design & Development Of A Raspberry Pi Daughter Board To Support Bluetooth Communication Using Uart University Of Khartoum

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Title: Design & Development Of A Raspberry Pi Daughter Board To Support Bluetooth Communication Using Uart University Of Khartoum
Author: Ahmed, Ali Kamal Ali
Abstract: Since the late 1970's, personal computers have been a rapidly growing part of society. Starting from small kits to modern supercomputers, PC's have become an essential part of our lives. However, the number of people who understand the working of a computer is incredibly small compared to the number of users. In 2012, a small company based in the UK called the Raspberry Pi Foundation launched two models of a small and cheap computer with different specifications, with the intension of promoting and teaching basic computer science in schools and colleges. Duo to their low costs (between $25 - $35) they have become extremely popular with hobbyists and small project leaders. The Raspberry Pi provides many interfaces including: General purpose IO pins, USB, Ethernet, UART serial connection and audio/video outputs. However, it does not provide any forms of wireless communication. Due to the rapid increase in Smartphone users, Laptops and other mobile devices, wireless forms of data transfer is rapidly becoming the standard. For this reason, we decided to Design and Develop a daughter board for the Raspberry Pi that will allow it to communicate with other mobile devices using the standard protocol, Bluetooth.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25761
Date: 2017


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