They are using ST32 MCU . I don't know exact product number
We supplied CYBT-343026-01 sample module.
They want to see bluetooth operate properly when booting, But they failed.
They want to know whether module writing operation is needed.
They already attached the BT module in their own PCB Board.
In my opinion,sample module has own firmware binary already. Is that right?
and I think they should upload kernel driver and call bt stack to bring up bluetooth
Maybe they need to reg on first with GPIO PIN control.
I dont have an experience with ST32. In that case what shoud I check it first?
Please guide to bring up in that situation.
The data sheet for CYBT-353027-02 states that XRES has an internal resistance.
Please tell me this resistance value.
We finally got the successfully download our code into QQFN package after we added "recovery" button.
We have our own evaluation board - without the eLNA/ePA. Our code works on factory evaluation board.
We are porting the same code on QFN package. We do not observe any BLE transmit or heartbeat on the smartphone scanner. Is this because the code is programmed for external Amplifier? Or we have to change something in the code to enable internal Amplifier?Show Less
We are working with IMX8QM MEK platform, running on Android 9 which has CYW4356 external chipset.
We have developed Android application and are facing BT connection-disconnection issues at times during testing the setup with iPhone 11 and older iPhones. Profiles connection is unstable and keeps on disconnecting regularly.
Please highlight if this issue is frequently observed with iPhones.
Somehow setup works fine with Android mobile.Show Less
sorry for the stupid question but this is my first time with Cypress ecosystem and also I'm not a professional firmware developer.
When I use ModusToolbox, the available template projects don't include the Audio Sink app, but the project README (https://github.com/cypresssemiconductorco/mtb-example-btsdk-audio-a2dp-sink) has a section named "List of boards available for use with BTSDK", which includes my eval board.
My understanding is that the board is compatible with the btsdk, that means I have access to functions like "wiced_audio_sink_configure" (https://cypresssemiconductorco.github.io/btsdk-docs/BT-SDK/20706-A2_Bluetooth/API/group__wicedbt__a2dp.html#ga9b28e8751a80b34db1b9c2123ba6a06f) that allow me to configure and eventually use the audio functionality of the chip, but the example project for some reason is not compatible with it.
Am I correct? Can somebody help? Many thanks, DavideShow Less
right now we are using the CYW2073S Sing Bluetooth Low Energy Chip in one of our projects. It has come to my knowledge that this chip is right now obsolete. I am looking for the data sheet of the chip so we can select one with similar specs, but the only data sheet that distributors had provided me with, is a promotional document, with little to no technical info. Can someone please help me providing a detailed data sheet of the CYW2073S?
Thank you in advance.Show Less
I have questions about the Bluetooth module CYBT-213043-02.
What ist the actual part state?
Has the Bluetooth qualification process been completed?
When will the QDID and declaration ID be available?
I have an IoT project for a client where I need to connect to a phone as a BLE peripheral. While connected to the phone over BLE, I need to scan for a new connection to a Bluetooth Classic device, connect, and communicate with this device. Do any Cypress dual-mode Bluetooth modules support simultaneous BLE and Bluetooth Classic connections?