Bluetooth with external antenna connection

Posted on 2007-08-06
Last Modified: 2013-12-14
I am looking for a Bluetooth module that I can place in to a PC (with a PCI slot, PCMCI, USB, Ethernet etc.) that has a stack that supports OBEX push (or that can be added to it) and that has a connector to attach an external antenna. I am happy to look at other options but I need to increase bluetooth range and integration in to the hardware would be preferable.
Question by:AdrianFleming
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    Thank you but the Bluetooth dongle does not seem to have the ability to connect an external antenna as I require (I think that will require a on-board card), as the limited range of  a dongle is the problem I am trying to resolve.

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    Well there is the extreme  It is made for long range and supports OBEX.  

    Author Comment

    Thank you. This looks interesting and I will do some more research on it.


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