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READY. HFP 1 CONNECT 0 HFP 2 00:17:e8:3f:d9:e2 <= Initial Autocall connect NO CARRIER 0 ERROR 305 SDC_OPEN_SEARCH_FAILED_PAGE_TIMEOUT NO CARRIER 0 ERROR 305 SDC_OPEN_SEARCH_FAILED_PAGE_TIMEOUT CONNECT 0 HFP 2 00:17:e8:3f:d9:e2 <= Autocall reconnect July 2010 – Issue 240 Figure 3—After rebooting the WT32 or phone, I saw the connection automatically reestablished. (Source: Bluegiga Technologies) 38 would need to use a different CoD. For HFP test, it appeared a “SET PROFILE that configuration, I used the generaHFP ON” would work nicely.

The Copyright (c) 2003-2008 Bluegiga Technologies Inc. ware feature list, Bluegiga iWRAP command was SET READY. loaded the WT32 with its PROFILE {profile_name} iWRAP firmware. The program[SDP_name]. Note that leaving Figure 2—When I applied power to the WT32, HyperTermiming language provided by this out the SDP_name disables the nal displayed the iWRAP boot screen. Success! (Source: Bluegiga Technologies) firmware makes it possible to specified profile. 0 build 165) Copyright (c) 2003-2008 Bluegiga Technologies Inc.

It was an intercom that allowed them to talk with our next-door neighbor who had an identical unit. The amazing part about these intercoms was that there were no wires connecting the devices. They just plugged into an electrical outlet. Later, when I was in high school and more familiar with electronics, I realized that they were carrier-current devices. They had a low-frequency amplitude-modulated transmitter and a complementary AM receiver. The transmitter signals were injected into the power lines, and that’s how they traveled between houses.

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