Wireless USB via Bluetooth - circuit board created in-house with LPKF ProtoMat S64
Within the scope of an internship at the TU Aschaffenburg, the possibility of letting two PCs communicate with each other via a wireless USB connection was investigated. An LPKF ProtoMat S64 was used. A report from the institute describes the development and results.
At the TU Aschaffenburg, the possibility of allowing two PCs to communicate with each other via a wireless USB connection was investigated. For this task, an assembly with Bluetooth modules was chosen as the wireless communication path. The LPKF ProtoMat S64 was used to produce a professional circuit board in-house using insulation milling. The desired PCB layout was quickly realized thanks to the software's easy data transfer and the high degree of automation. Learn more about the project in the LPKF Knowledge Center.