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Hello! First let me apologize if this is the wrong forum. I wasn't sure which would be most appropriate for my questions.

I'm exploring the possibility of using the Arduino BT microcontroller in conjunction with some simple on/off resistive sensor circuits to transfer a signal wirelessly to a receiver. I'm wondering, however, can the Arduino BT even be used for this application? If so, is the range your typical 32 ft radius as generally specified for Bluetooth technology? If it is 32 ft by default, is there an easy way to increase this range... to say, 150 ft? Can one Arduino BT communicate with another Arduino BT?

I'm just beginning my research, but wanted to create this thread to supplement my own findings. This community has been known in the past to be very helpful when it comes to providing information. I find different perspectives to be a useful strategy when doing research on such a general topic.

Thanks!
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Install a better antenna, preferably on both ends. Any 2.4GHz antenna will work.
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