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Bluetooth pairing + FDA

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by dutchman, Jun 8, 2007.

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  1. dutchman

    dutchman Guest

    I am using some Bluetooth modules and it is important that the devices
    are paired uniquely. The product needs to meet all the regulatory
    requirements for the FDA and I was told by a friend that they will not
    allow pairing of devices based off a software key. My understanding
    was that there had to be a hardware key (dongle, sdcard) or something
    on the device to be sure there are not mistakes with pairing.

    Do you guys have any ideas on this? How are medical device companies
    doing this?

    Also how many devices should I be able to connect up to the monitoring
    device? Is each device on its own channel? How is the data read from
    all these channels? Any information on this would be great.


    - Dutchman
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