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Part Number: TM4C1294NCPDT
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I am using TM4C1294NCPDT controller and want to interface device to it using bluetooth. Provide the code for it.
Hitesh Mankar... want to interface device to it using bluetooth. Provide the code for it.
Are not such "Bluetooth devices" interfaced via "several, differing methods?" UART, SPI, i2C - all come to mind.
SPI & I2C are generally "predictable" in their required signal levels - such proves, "not the case" for UART. And - the mismatch of such "levels" - when the Bluetooth device employs a, "UART line driver" - and (those boosted signals) "direct connect" to their MCU's UART pins - too often proves "destructive" to their TM4C (or any) MCU!
In light of this report - might it be best for you to (somewhat) describe the "specific" interface required by your chosen, Bluetooth device?
Lastly - your wording, "Provide the code" registers as, "Too Direct - even Commanding" - which is unlikely to be appreciated - by many here. (especially as you have, "Launched a request" - for an (unusual) level of "Service!" ... i.e. "FULL SERVICE!")
You do, "express your want" - yet absent is your recital of (any), "Efforts you've already made" - in your own behalf. Many/most here prefer, "Guiding Requesting Posters" - rather than, "Doing ALL of their work" - thus "depriving posters" of their, "full/proper" Learning Experience...
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