The Smart Home Baseboard project demonstrates successful communication using the integrated Bluetooth and RF module headers on the FRDM-K64F board as well as the serial port for UART communication to the serial terminal and Ethernet connectivity to push/pull data from the cloud. The Smart Home project ultimately is based on creating an automated home controlled either by the mobile board (i.e. wearable device) or the Smart Home Bluetooth App designed in MIT App Inventor 2. This project was completed for ECE533 class within the IUPUI Purdue School of Engineering.
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|2:718f6b5cf75c||2016-12-16||haircules||This version of the Smart Home Baseboard is a basic test of each of the the following interfaces: UART (for serial terminal), Bluetooth Module, RF Module, and Ethernet.|
|1:5be2682710c6||2011-01-19||Owen||Simplified the comments.|