Bluetooth Console allows sending and receiving any kind of data between two electronic devices. The second device can be either an other smartphone or a tablet with this terminal installed, as well as a computer, and even a micro controller with a Bluetooth module.
Available data types in terminal include: plain text (in ASCII or UTF-8 encoding), floating-point numbers (of single or double precision) binary coded according to the IEEE 754 standard, and also integers with any (from 1 to 8) number of bytes that can be entered into the console as a decimal, binary or hexadecimal number.
This terminal allows you to save many settings of outgoing and incoming protocols in communication, which lets you to perform unit tests on the device's prototype.
If you're creating software for a micro controller, an embedded system or a robot that uses Bluetooth wireless communication, this Bluetooth Console will save you a lot of time in the testing phase of the prototype device.
The Bluetooth console can also be used as an unusual communicator, or a practical helper in understanding how data is transformed into a digital (binary) signal in the processors we deal with every day.