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Programming Microsoft® Robotics Studio by Sara Morgan

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Build a Core Service

The next step in building a hardware interface is to design a core service. This service is also commonly referred to as the brick service. This is a Decentralized Software Services (DSS) service that serves to represent the hardware—or, in this case, the ARobot. The core service is responsible for communicating with the ARobot through a serial port. You can connect the ARobot to the development machine through either a wired or a wireless connection.

Note

Note

The ARobot does not come packaged with wireless capabilities. To communicate with the ARobot wirelessly, you will have to install a wireless receiver on the ARobot.

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