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Using a Bluetooth Simulator

  • Bruce Hopkins
  • Ranjith Antony

Abstract

Okay, we have to admit it: If you’re new to Bluetooth, developing wireless client/server code can (sometimes) be rather inconvenient. After writing the client code and then the server code, you may have to do a lot of debugging to get things working properly. Maybe your logic is incorrect—perhaps you have a problem with one of your Bluetooth modules (maybe both of them). With so many points of failure, it can be a real daunting task to debug even the simplest Bluetooth application. However, with the help of a Bluetooth network simulator, all of the hardware and its underlying complexities are abstracted, and this will enable you to focus more time and effort to debug your application code.

Keywords

Application Code Virtual Device Server Code Public Class Client Code 
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© Apress 2003

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  • Bruce Hopkins
  • Ranjith Antony

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