To use SSP mode it looks like you would need to connect the verdex to the WT11s PIO2 PIO7 pins, I see no matching pin outs on the verdex for this however, am I missing something?

On Nov 12, 2007 10:29 PM, Robert Farrell < rob@farrellrobotics.com> wrote:
Yes I have tested with higher speeds the top speed I've tried is 921k but in
SPP mode it goes to just under 3Mbps.  On the PC side you only need a
Bluetooth 2.0 adapter not a high speed serial port.  You might need one to
program its default baud rate but that can be done with USB as well.


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Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] Verdex NetWifiMicro Battery


I had a look at the data sheet the best way to hook it up to the verdex
looks
to be the UART interface the Verdex has a corresponding UART BT pins on the
hirose or 24 pin connector. I need the USB on the Verdex for something else.

In the data sheet it goes on to say "In order to communicate with the UART
at its maximum data rate using a standard PC, an accelerated serial port
adapter card is required for the PC". So the baud rate may be limited. Have
you tested it without an accelerated serial port adapter card?

Thanks again,


Robert Farrell wrote:
>
> I have not yet used this with the gumstix but I have used them elsewhere
> and they work well even in very noisy rf environments.&nbsp; I am
> confident they work and I am thinking of using the same solution because
> u-boot doesn't currently support the embedded bluetooth module and one of
> these could.
> -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] Verdex
> NetWifiMicro Battery From: rob321 &lt;robsmessages@gmail.com&gt; Date:
> Mon, November 12, 2007 12:56 pm To: gumstix-users@lists.sourceforge.net
> Very nice, thanks! Have you connected to one of these before using a
> gumstix mother board, preferably not via the USB client on it? Robert
> Farrell wrote: &gt; &gt; The wifi module does draw quite a bit of
> power.&amp;nbsp; You might consider &gt; using an external class 1
> bluetooth module. &gt; Class 1 devices have 100-1000m range depending on
> the antenna type and &gt; much lower power consumption then wifi. &gt;
> Bluetooth 2.0 also&amp;nbsp;has 2-3Mbps throughput. &gt; &amp;nbsp; &gt;
> check it out &gt;
>
http://www.bluegiga.com/default.asp?f=2&amp;amp;t=1&amp;amp;p=8700&amp;amp;s
ubp=200

> &gt; -------- Original Message -------- Subject: [Gumstix-users] Verdex
> &gt; NetWifiMicro Battery From: rob321 &amp;lt; robsmessages@gmail.com
> &amp;gt; Date: &gt; Mon, November 12, 2007 10:33 am To:
> gumstix-users@lists.sourceforge.net &gt; I'm looking at a Verdex,
> NetWifiMicro + battery setup. I have seen on the &gt; forum that the Wifi
> boards suck power and get really hot. Has anyone used &gt; a lithium
> battery to power V
>  erdex + NetWifiMicro, like the ones mentioned &gt; on the wiki to power
> audio stix http://docwiki.gumstix.org/Batteries  ? I &gt; am constrained
> by size and want the range from wifi otherwise I'd consider &gt;
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