June 29, 2009
about 4 years ago
As far as I can see the Microchip module is not programmable, it uses a SPI interface. So, this module is the same, the documents provided by sparkfun will give you ability to use the serial interface.
This module is also a bit cheaper, has an intergrated network stack leaving you free to choose a non microchip cpu and have a lower memory requirement.
It can also be programmed, you do need to sign an NDA for the docs on that though.
If you do choose to sign the NDA you have a ARM7 at 44mhz that you can use. Devboards with only that goes for much more than this module.
News - BlueSMiRF Scam
about 5 years ago
Doesn’t all Bluetooth hardware have an UUID?
If Sparkfun got the ID from the police they could find who ordered that BlueSMiRF.
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