Nice that you are doing that, but I imagine it’s only for bluegiga devices?
@Master79 Right now I have 4 raspberry pi zero w in my house on different places. Everyone has a openhab installation and the binding. One of them is the master. With MQTT-eventbus i publish the 3 slaves rssi values to the master. Then with a rules file I determine where the signal is the highest and one String item post which room. That’s my solution, since I want to use the cheap raspberry pi zero w built in bluetooth.
The other alternative which the binding provides is that you buy a couple of long usb cables and but an adapter in the end of it in different locations in the house. That’s not an alternative for me.
Dibbler42s solution is to use other raspberry (or similar) with an bluetooth adapter (bluegiga?) and make a virtual link to the master which thinks the adapter is actually connected to the master. And the binding finds every adapter and does all the magic with location tracking.
Number BLE_entrance_toodie_rssi "Toodie Hall Signal [%d]" <bluetooth> (gCats)
Number BLE_bedroom2_toodie_rssi "Toodie Sovrum 2 Signal [%d]" <bluetooth> (gCats)
Number BLE_livingroom_toodie_rssi "Toodie Vardagsrum Signal [%d]" <bluetooth> (gCats)
String BLE_presence_where_toodie "Toodie är närmst [%s]" <hallway> (gCats)