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Programming the Pocket PC OS for embedded IR applications

Posted: 04 Jul 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:embedded system? Window API? wire-replacement technology?

A Pocket PC application that interfaces with an embedded system via IrCOMM is included in the Appendices of this application note. This source code demonstrates the use of the Windows Application Programming Interface required for IrDA standard IR communication on Windows Mobile based platforms.

The application built and discussed in this application note uses a high-level, infrared protocol called

IrCOMM. This protocol is designed to be a wire-replacement technology. Infrared technology is an excellent choice for data collection for many reasons including availability, cost, convenience and compatibility.

This application note details the tools, supporting technologies and procedures for the development of infrared applications on Windows Mobile based devices.

Please view the PDF document for more information.

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