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The_Bongmaster

Jul 17, 2011, 07:20 pm Last Edit: Jul 17, 2011, 09:12 pm by The_Bongmaster Reason: 1
hi, i hope i can get help here, i pulled this module from a bluetooth car hands free device (Supertooth one), and it has solderpoints all round it, see pic:

its labeled as btmm3c2xxv13 butt hat yealds nothing on google..

only pin i have identified so far has been the antenna (as marked)
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baum

Not sure... probably a custom PCB. The chip of the left ("csr") is the bluetooth module, the other one (spansion) is the flash memory, probably for configuration stuff and such.


baum

The_Bongmaster

well i got that much X3

what i am really after is a possible pinout for it, its gonna be hard to try and work that out from the pcb it was on, will post images of it later..
B-dui in creation.

baum

Anything on the flip side? I'm thinking this could be a custom PCB, therefore there would be no pinouts or datasheets available...

The_Bongmaster

B-dui in creation.

baum

Yep. No markings, so most likely custom. If you want bluetooth, get a premade and tested one from a commercial outlet like sparkfun or little bird.

baum

The_Bongmaster

well i have identified the usb, grounds, antenna, and wat i beleve to be the uart rx/tx pins,
still working on it wen i got time, but hopefully if im successful and others find these units i hope to have documented the pinouts or at least a starting point to at least get them going.
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