A: Yes. Bluetooth serial (RS-232) adapters are architecture-neutral, i.e. they are
the same for PC, Amiga and other systems.
On a Bluetooth-enabled PC, Amiga Explorer also
works with a Bluetooth serial adapter attached to the Amiga serial
port. The PC side must support the Bluetooth Serial Port Profile,
which makes it possible to select the Amiga side as a standard COM
port in Amiga Explorer. Depending on the adapter, no configuration
may be required (the adapter attached to the Amiga serial port
automatically runs as a "slave"), or, in some cases, the adapter
must first be connected to the PC serial port and configured via
the included software. Some adapters have a built-in web server
which allows for remote configuration. In either case, no
Bluetooth software is required on the Amiga. A 9-pin to 25-pin
adapter may be required to connect a 9-pin Bluetooth serial
adapter to the Amiga DB-25 serial port connector.
When choosing a Bluetooth serial adapter, be sure
to verify the power supply requirements and/or if separate means
of power supply are available. Amiga models other than the A1000
only supply 12 Volt power over the serial port, whereas some
adapters require 5 Volts.