Antidote: IEEE 11073-20601 stack
Antidote is a set of libraries that implement IEEE 11073-20601 stack for medical devices. Main goals are portability, simple usage and simple integration with your application.
This is a coarse breakdown of libraries and major components that can be found in each part:
- Antidote IEEE 11073 stack library
The IEEE core is written in C and depends only on low-level POSIX APIs (C library and PThreads). POSIX APIs are readily supported by most operating systems including Symbian (via OpenC).
Other components introduce more specific dependencies. See the IEEE 11073 stack dependencies for more details
The following document is an introductory text to build the smoothest possible learning curve: File:AntidoteProgramGuide.pdf
The libraries are fully documented at source-code level, using Doxygen. The following file is a ZIP with generated Doxygen documentation: File:AntidoteDoxygen.zip
Also, the code is self-documented in some extent, since it includes, among other examples, a fully functional application (the Health D-Bus Service).
File:Antidote-2.0.0.tar.gz Version 2.0 final
File:HealthService-2.0.0-rc1.tar.gz Sample Android service
File:HealthServiceTest-2.0.0-rc1.tar.gz Testing client for sample Android service
File:Antidote-2.0.0-rc2.tar.gz Version 2.0 release candidate 2
File:Antidote-2.0.0-rc1.tar.gz Version 2.0 release candidate 1
File:Antidote-1.1.tar.gz Version 1.1
File:Antidote-1.0.0.tar.gz Version 1.0.0
Git repository: http://github.org/elvis-epx/antidote
See the Antidote port to Android ICS page for more details.
The older port to Android 2.3.x can be found at Antidote port to Android page.