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Controlling an ArduinoBT with a mobile phone

The communcation between an ArduinoBT and a mobile device was established by writing a Java Midlet for a Nokia Phone. The used profile is MIDP, which is on top of CLDC, which is on its term a profile of J2ME. The Midlet was written using the Java ME Platform SDK version 3.0. The Nokia phone has operating platform Series 40. The Bluetooth stack is using Java JSR-82.

References

Jonathan Knudsen, Kicking Butt with MIDP and MSA, Pearson Education (US), December 2007

Bruce Hopkins, Ranjith Antony, Bluetooth For Java, APress, 2003

Sander Bogers, A 10 step manual for creating large distance newtorks using Arduino BT, Java Mobile, 3G and Bluetooth GPS, Department of Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology, 2010