jueves, 26 de noviembre de 2009

MCAP/HDP implementation for BlueZ released

We have published a first release of our FLOSS (Free/Libre/Open
Source) implementation of the HDP/MCAP bluetooth profiles.

You'll need a Linux kernel with ERTM and Streaming modes enabled in L2CAP and the
latest HDP patches sent to blueZ mailing list on November 17th, 2009.

The code has been tested against a Nonin Onyx II Pulse oximeter, Model
9560 (HDP enabled). Although it should be considered as a prototype
implementation, we have decided to upload the code due to the high
interest perceived in the eHealth community.

The project's SVN repository can be checked out through anonymous
access: svn checkout https://svn.forge.morfeo-project.org/openhealth

You are welcome to help us improve the current implementation by
submitting bugs, patches, etc.
We are open to any question or suggestion about the code, licenses,
partnership etc. Please, contact us at openhealth@gsyc.es

You can get more information about the project on the following URLs:

This work has been partially funded by the 'Future of the Internet'
Andago-URJC Research Chair and by the spanish Ministry of Industry
Plan Avanza.

Santiago Carot Nemesio, José Antonio Santos Cadenas


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