Re: Bluetooth Serial Ports

Discussion in 'Microsoft Dot NET Compact Framework' started by Dick Grier, Jul 27, 2009.

  1. Dick Grier

    Dick Grier Guest

    Are you sure there aren't two serial ports for this BT connection, one to
    receive (read)- also called 'outgoing', and another to send (write) - also
    called 'incomming'?

    In this case, you'd need two separate instances of the serial port object,
    one to send and the other to receive.

    Note, I haven't used your printer, so I'm speculating (often BT devices
    assign a single SPP port), and if this isn't the case, I don't have another
    suggestion.

    Dick

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    Dick Grier, Jul 27, 2009
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  2. Dick Grier

    Markus Humm Guest

    Hello,

    normally you can send and receive over the same Bluetooth SPP
    connection. This distinction sending or receiving SPP port (dev A/dev B)
    is only relevant for the initiation of the communication. Later it's
    unrelevant. I assume the communication is started by the CE device and
    not the printer.

    Greetings

    Markus
     
    Markus Humm, Aug 3, 2009
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