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fnord

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Bluetooth Audio Transceiver
« on: 2011-05-15, 12:35:04 »
I am looking for a Bluetooth Audio Transceiver for a little Project.
1. Build a little Box (250x150x60) to put the RRC Control Unit into a little case with the 480 Head unit on top of it with proper batteries and the stuff described below in the case.
2. Connect the RRC Control with an Ethernet Bridge Unit (5ghz) to a existing WLAN/AP
3. Using a Bluetooth Audio Transceiver to connect the Unit to a Netbook and Bluetooth Headset
4. Using some sort of a keyfob transmitter for the PTT.

The Idea behind is using this little thing in Ham Radio Meetings (Restaurants) without tons of wires.
The Cell Phone is acting as an AP.

So someone knows where i could get a proper Bluetooth Transceiver with analogue audio I/O?

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Re: Bluetooth Audio Transceiver
« Reply #1 on: 2011-05-15, 15:33:07 »
I am not sure where you are, since you didn't ID. If you can read German,
this may or not be what you are looking for:
http://www.box73.de/catalog/advanced_search_result.php?osCsid=nrqtm0q5e2c9ukhdbptntclrq7&keywords=bluetooth&osCsid=nrqtm0q5e2c9ukhdbptntclrq7&x=3&y=2

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Re: Bluetooth Audio Transceiver
« Reply #2 on: 2011-05-15, 19:26:11 »
Well the Bluetooth Device has to work as a Host device. So you can directly connect to the Radio(Remoterig) without a computer.
If you connect the Host Device to a Computer you could use it like a installed Soundcard. (for Digital Modes and SSTV)
So i get rid of tons of wires...