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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: Mohammed, Mohannad Alhassein Alhassan
Abstract: Reliable and secure communication between two or more devices requires a wired connection. Wireless communication standard such as – Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Zigbee etc. provide a flexible and inexpensive solution for remote applications. A large number of low cost hardware platforms such as Raspberry Pi, Arduino, embedded boards etc. are available that do not provide any built-in wireless modules but are equipped with UART, I2C ports for design and development of Internet of Things (IoT) and embedded applications. Designers face the difficulty of using such a low cost hardware for wireless communication in order to implement these applications. In this paper, Design & Development of a Raspberry Pi Daughter Board to support Bluetooth communication using UART is proposed as an integrated solution to this issue. Results of various Quality of Service parameters such as transmission rate, file format (text, pdf, image, and audio), baud rates, and range for Bluetooth communication between two devices are presented. The result shows that Bluetooth module is capable of transmitting files of different sizes at the same rate per KB. Proposed solution can further be extended to different protocols such as Wi-Fi and Zigbee etc.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25829
Date: 2017-10


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