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MaMu_4174826
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Hi,

I have a CYW43438 + STMF4XXX setup for a project that I'm working on.

I'd like to use the STMicroelectronics ecosystem for my firmware development and NOT the WICED Application Framework.

I want to use WICED only as a Wi-Fi and BLE driver. I've read somewhere about the WICED WWD API but I don't know how it can be used as a Wi-Fi and BLE driver for the CYW43438. Is it possible to accomplish what I want to do here? If yes, is there any documentation somewhere on how to proceed with this?

Thank you

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MaRi_1281436
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BlueKitchen GmbH is closed until August 2nd. We'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Best regards

The BlueKitchen Team

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MaRi_1281436
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The Bluetooth part of the 4343 provides the standard Bluetooth HCI H4 interface. You can use it with any 3rd-party Bluetooth stack, e.g., with our BTstack: GitHub - bluekitchen/btstack: Dual-mode Bluetooth stack, with small memory footprint.

If you go to port/posix-h4, you can run any BTstack example on a Mac/Linux system or use port/windows-h4 on Windows. We don't have examples for STM32F4xx + 4343, but you could start with port/stm32-f4discovery-cc256x and select the bcm chipset support.

As far as I know, you need the WWD part from WICED for Wifi, but have no details on that.

MaMu_4174826
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Thank you for the insight.

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MaRi_1281436
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BlueKitchen GmbH is closed until August 2nd. We'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Best regards

The BlueKitchen Team

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