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Has someone done Bluetooth in Java?

 
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I mean, standard edition. I'll need a bluetooth stack (which?) that allows me to gather the signal strength of all bluetooth gadgets in sight, and somehow make it visible to my Java program. Does not have to interface Java directly.. can just write it to a pipe or something..
 
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Jane:

Try here.

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only j2me, sorry.
 
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Zandis:

Actually, if you go to the link I posted, and go to the Development Kits section, most of the kits they list work with J2SE.

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John de Michele wrote:Zandis:

Actually, if you go to the link I posted, and go to the Development Kits section, most of the kits they list work with J2SE.

John.



Thanks. I downloaded BlueCove, and it runs with my BlueSoleil bluetooth stack, but I can't find a way to get an RSSI (received signal strength indication) reading. Any ideas? It says it's not supported on BlueSoleil, but the standalone BlueSoleil GUI does show it, so maybe there is a way? What bluetooth stack supports it anyway?

 
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Jane:

Sorry, not a clue. I'm not experienced in Bluetooth APIs.

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