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Bluetooth 1.1 stack supports Linux-based devices

Mar 28, 2003 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — 1 views

Stonestreet One and MontaVista Software announced that they are teaming up to provide Bluetooth support for embedded Linux based device designs in the consumer, automotive, aerospace, industrial, and medical device markets. The Bluetooth support comes in the form of Bluetopia, a BQB qualified Bluetooth protocol stack, which has been ported to many operating systems, including Linux, Stonestreet said.

According to Stonestreet, key Bluetopia features include . . .

  • Bluetooth 1.1 Compliant
  • Bluetooth Qualified Product Listed (BQPL)
  • Fully Thread Safe
  • Multiple Local Bluetooth Devices supported through single instance of Stack
  • Protocols/Profiles can be selectively enabled/disabled
  • Debugging Interface provided
  • Fully Documented API Interface
  • Entire HCI Interface exposed
  • Easily Portable, fully documented, ANSI-C Source Code (Full Source Code Version Only)
  • Royalty Free Single Product Licensing or Royalty-Based Licensing Available
  • Available in two forms: binary only (precompiled to operating system); full source code

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