Tip & How-To about Cell Phones
Once I explain how Bluetooth GPS receiver to connect from a
mobile phone. Bluetooth GPS Receiver is a device that continuously transmits
its position (longitude, latitude and speed) using the Bluetooth protocol. If
your phone is Bluetooth-enabled phone, you can connect to a Bluetooth GPS
receiver to determine its position. To locate, connect to Bluetooth GPS and
mobile phone to get the NMEA sentences for location tracking, you can also
program a Java (J2ME) for your phone. Your program should do the following
1. Bluetooth device within the search area. Each time a
Bluetooth device is discovered, discovery listener device Discovered trigger
procedure. In the search is completed, the trigger listener discovery process inquiry
2. Get the name Bluetooth. We have a choice to a group list
of Bluetooth-friendly name of the devices found to store. We also need a vector
to devices found to store.
3. Select Bluetooth GPS receiver from the list of found
4. Find service by the GPS device. Bluetooth GPS Receiver
provides an L2CAP service so that the program needs to find this service for
GPS url connection string for.
5. Get connection string from the GPS device. Connection
string to the URL will have this format Url = "btspp: Address / bluetooth
/:" + + L2CAP_UUID "permission = false; encrypt = false";
6. Sign up and receive sentences from the GPS device. After
plugging in the url in step 5, you can open the connection and extract
sentences from the connection string.
Posted by Rakesh... on
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