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We are in the process of performing EMC testing for our product. Our product uses Murata SP-HY1MW-F chip which has CYW43455 inside it.
Can someone has any idea about where to find ETSI firmware for that?
Thanks in advance,
Brinda PathakShow Less
Our product use CYW20704UA2 for BT4.2 HOST application.
But refer Qualification and Certification – KBA222020 CYW20732/20736/20737/20706/20707 Qualification and Certification – KBA222020 & find at Launch Studio - Listing Search
When we provide QDID#104467 for certification, LAB mention this QDID is BT5.0 not BT4.2.
Then we provide another QDID#72771 ,LAB also mention this expired over 3 years.
Have any wrong for the communication?
Now I can't find suitable QDID for certification.Show Less
I would like to use the PrISM component to change the brightness of a led Matrix.
I have configured the PrISM component with a resolution of 8 bits, the pulse density type as Less Than or Equal.
To change the dimming value, I modify the pulse density with the API function PWM_L_WritePulse0(item), sending and integer from 0 to 255. The dimming is working but is not linear.
I have the following curve:
How can I make the dimming linear?Show Less
The header file WICED-Studio-6.2\20706-A2_Bluetooth\include/wiced_bt_dev.h contains a prototype for a function called wiced_bt_dev_read_tx_power(). But if I call that function the link fails saying there is an 'undefined reference to `wiced_bt_dev_read_tx_power''. Is there an extra library that needs to be linked in? If so which one?
Our customer would like to try to evaluate CYBT-353027-02 for their handy gas sensor equipment.
They have already had CYBT-353027-EVAL for the evaluation.
1) Can customer use CYBT-353027-EVAL in Japan ?
Actually customer could not find MIC certification mark at the EVB.
On the other hand CYBT-353027-02 has already been certified conformance to technical standards that number is 203-JN0859.
2) How to get the labeling of MIC for customer Production ?
In case of customer production, it is needed to identify the certification mark on the module or final products.
How our end customer get the certification label ?
It would be appreciated if someone advise the above two inquiries.
right now im getting into the WLAN capabilities of the CYW54907 with said development board.
I use the Config_join_ping code example to get the basics, but a problem has occured for me.
My PC is in the network connected via ethernet.
The dev board is connected to the network via WLAN.
Both IPv4 and IPv6 are configured on PC and board.
Now when i ping the IPs, there are some problems coming up and right now im out of ideas what could cause them:
PC pings board with IPv4 -> answer
PC pings board with IPv6 -> answer
Board pings PC with IPv4 -> answer
Board pings PC with IPv6 -> packages lost
BUT: Colleagues PC pings my PC with IPv6 -> answer
So my PC can be pinged by another PC via IPv6, but when i try to ping the same IPv6 with the CYW954907AEVAL1F, i always loose 100% of the packages.
What could cause this behaviour? Is there anything else i neet set up to use IPv6 with the board?
EDIT: Seems i found one possible reason, the ping-command only resolves IPv4 ping attempts and it seems the IPv6 is converted wrong. Ill dig into thatShow Less
i'm getting compilation error as error: 'size_t' has not been declared even though the respective header file is included.
This error is encountered when I tried to include a file in app make file and similar files are included previously which were working fine.
can you suggest the way to sort out this issue.
I'm attaching the screenshot of it.Show Less
We are using the 450-0169 part from Laird (Sterling LWB5) in our design. We understand that the Laird LWB5 module uses Cypress' CYW43353 chip & based on this we wish to seek clarification on the following query.
We are able to notice the difference(refer attached image) in the input-amplitude spec for the LPO_IN signal between the datasheets of LWB5 module & the CYW43353 datasheet. The VDDIO supported by the LWB5 module is 1.8V.
We have been referring to 332-00961-R3.0 schematic from Laird(reference schematic for 450-0169), We could see that the LPO_IN input is fed by ASDK-32.768KHZ-LR oscillator which supports operation in only 3.3V(as per the datasheet).
With that being said, Can you please let us know whether it is fine to drive the LPO_IN pin either in 3.3V I/O or 1.8V I/O? The VDDIO for both cases will be maintained as 1.8V.
We got in touch with Laird, they suggest to use 3.3V.
Kindly let us know at the earliest.
We wish to use standard (rather than WICED) HCI commands. I have created a do-nothing app for the module and am implementing the UART protocol to download it. I am following section 2.6 in the WICED HCI UART Control Protocol specification.
I send the HCI_RESET command and receive the expected 7 byte response.
I am leaving the UART at the default speed of 115200, so I am not sending the UPDATE_BAUDRATE command or trying to read a response.
I send the DOWNLOAD_MINIDRIVER command, but don't receive the expected response. That is, I send:
01 2E FC 00
04 0E 04 01 2E FC 0C
According to the information in the document, the last byte should be 00.
Unfortunately, the document doesn't indicate what the fields in the response indicate. Do you have any information on that? Assuming that the last byte is a status or error code, do you know what 0x0C means?
Also, my goal here is to verify that I can download apps from the connected CPU. That will be verified in this case by the BT module responding to normal HCI commands.Show Less
After an OTA image download I see around 1% not recovering until a power cycle of 100's of devices.
I am rebooting my processor after OTA with the command wiced_framework_reboot which eventually calls platform_mcu_specific_reset(PLATFORM_RESET_TYPE_POWERCYCLE).
At the end of this function is a while(1); loop hoping that the clock control is correctly setup prior to the while loop. Has anyone had problems with this?
I do not know if this while loop is the cause of my problem as I can't trap it on a board with a debugger.Show Less