I'm working on a project that we want to be using BT to communicate
with a host PC or WinCE device.
The BT module I'm looking at is the Panasonic PAN1321, which uses
'AT' commands to communicate via a serial port. Also seems to be
pretty cost effective for volume production.
However, just knowing how things in the PC world aren't easily portable
back to our microcontrollers, will I need extensive Stack software to
provide connectivity with an external computer?
I see that Microchip has a stack for their micros... wondering if there is
one that the 08 family could make use of.
Something tells me that it's not going to be as easy to talk to as an old
Hayes modem with AT commands!