The Bluetooth Based LED Control For Arduino Test Platform By Using Mobile APP
Index Terms: Android, Arduino, Bluetooth, mobile APP
Abstract: The Bluetooth is a commonly known, convenient and famous communication protocol. In this paper, it is used to control LED mounted on Arduino test platform by using the APP of mobile phone. At first, the control program is completed by Arduino development software environment, then the Android APP is installed in mobile phone. Finally, by using the Bluetooth of mobile phone, the test platform will be connected. The LED can be controlled by APP of mobile phone. The experiment results are demonstrated the effective performance.
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