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The nRF24L01+ is incompatible with any version of Bluetooth. Bluetooth uses frequency hopping and requires specially designed radios. (To the best of my knowledge - I'm no expert). My mistake, I did a quick googling of nRF24L01 and did not read close enough to enough to note that it's a simple 2.4 ...
If I might suggest an alternative, you could use the officially supported nRF24L01 module. There's a driver in the source tree (under drivers). I've posted code aimed at making a very simple point-to-point link with a pair of these https://github.com/peterhinch/micropython-radio.git . By only power...
- Wed Jan 27, 2016 5:00 am
- Forum: MicroPython pyboard
- Topic: Ideas for next evolution of pyboard
- Replies: 75
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A version with more RAM and onboard Bluetooth 4.1 (BLE) would be fantastic. It seems to me that all the best embedded/microcontroller projects are wireless and/or portable these days, and BLE seems like the way to go since it's relatively powerful but has low power draw.
Has anyone tried using one of these Bluetooth LE modules with a PyBoard? https://www.adafruit.com/products/2479 It looks like it would be an excellent way to add some sort of wireless connectivity to a PyBoard, as it's a very small form factor and it connects using UART; and BLE uses such low power ...