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Offline Keyboard_Warrior364

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Making a wireless 65% keyboard compatible with QMK
« on: Fri, 24 June 2022, 06:34:51 »
Hello, its been a while since I last posted anything here.

I am looking into making a wireless/bluetooth version of my previous keyboard project, so that means making a new pcb and Im wondering if anyone had experience in this field, I would like it to be compatible with QMK. Does anyone have a link to some literature of previous simular projects. Im not sure where to start or if QMK has some built in libraries for specific wireless chips?

Offline nevin

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Re: Making a wireless 65% keyboard compatible with QMK
« Reply #1 on: Fri, 24 June 2022, 07:26:39 »
there might be some support in QMK (not positive) but most wireless boards that are being built are based off of ZMK (a wireless fork of QMK)
https://github.com/zmkfirmware/zmk
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Offline Keyboard_Warrior364

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Re: Making a wireless 65% keyboard compatible with QMK
« Reply #2 on: Fri, 24 June 2022, 07:34:18 »
Thanks, ill take a look