Originally Posted by andy_aks
we already implemented a Bluetooth h/w module using Bluetooth stack by Sybase using UART as the HCI Transportation layer. [sybase ianywhere].
But now we wanted to implement the same on linux os as the to reduce the costs, Since Linux provides a free bluetooth stack BlueZ. Now, I am not sure if there is any difference in the output of bluez and ianywhere... in the sense that , if there is any difference in final command instructions between these two.
If so , then we need to write another layer in between the HCI transportation layer and the HCI layer of BlueZ .
Please suggest any differences in these two stacks and the way to approach these differences.
note : As you can see that my question lacks specific details , I am a total new bee in bluetooth tech.