This is my first post so please forgive me for any informality but I will get straight to my point.
I am trying to send RS-232 data (8N1 asynchronous at 115,200+ baud rate) from my PIC micro via bluetooth to a smartphone. I have done this successfully with Bluetooth 2.0 but that was easy since I was able to source BT 2.0 modules with an AT command set that allowed me to configure it to whatever baudrate I wanted. Now I am transitioning to Bluetooth LE (single mode) using the Blue Giga evaluation kit and BLE-112 module. I have a general idea of how to code the BLE-112 to receive serial data using its UART but not sure how to send that data to the radio. It looks like I'll have to save the received data into a GATT file after which it will be transmitted in one of the packets? Is there any way I can just stream data like I did with BT 2.0?
Lastly, I would be streaming the data to the Bluetooth module and I know that Bluetooth 4.0 dual mode may be the better option but this single mode version is what I have to work with at the moment.