I currently working with CYBLE-213043 ,Can I use KITPROG3 programmer/debugger to flash externally the module. Could you please let me know what are the requirements for that.
Our customer is planning to use the BT module as follows.
They want to know the recommended current supply capability when using the module at 3.3V.
Could you tell me where I can find the answer for that?
What is the Bluetooth class of CYBLE-416045-02?
I saw the sentence "TX output power: -20 dbm to +4 dbm" in the datasheet, is it Class2?
I would like to update the application via the HCI-UART. I have read the
- AIROC™ HCI Firmware Download Guide
- AIROC™ HCI Control Protocol
- AIROC™ Over-the-Air Firmware Upgrade Library
When I sniff the ModusTool when it downloads firmware to the device, I have these phases,
- HCI_RESET - expected.
> 01 4d fc 05 1c d2 00 00 01 < 04 0e 05 01 4d fc 00 ab <fail>
- Mini-driver download
- Launch ram
- Update baud rate
- A strange response ... after baud change... < 04 0e 04 01 ce ff 00 ???
- Config/SS write
- Main image write
In 6, it looks like a response to a chip erase? Was this just garbage or does the mini-driver erase the flash?
Can I skip 7,8 if I just want to update the application software, but keep all MAC, etc initial parameters.
Is the packet in '2' of any consequence. Could I skip it. Is it documented?
Does CYW43439 support WPA3-Personal in SoftAP mode by linux FMAC driver?
Hi, I am using CYBT343026 with spp project, and I want to increase the transport speed. But I can't find where to change the mtu size. Could you please tell me where to change the size of mtu.Show Less
I'm evaluating CYBT-343026-EVAL (CYW20706 chipset).
We use the module as HCI standalone (https://community.infineon.com/t5/AIROC-Bluetooth/CYW920706WCDEVAL-vs-CYBT-343026-EVAL/m-p/358312#M2148), driven by an external host/stack.
I'd like to do some test routing SCO data via the PCM interface of the module: I just want to loopback voice received from headset (I'd like to hear my voice back).
Here my setup:
- I2C_SCL/I2C_SDA signal connected together (they should be PCM_Out/PCM_IN lines);
- jumpers J9 & J10 are removed;
- switches SW4/SW5 (HCI_UART / PUART) are set to OFF position;
By mean of HCI VS command Write_SCO_PCM_Int_Param, I'm configuring the PCM interface as the following:
- SCO_Routing = 0x0 (0, "PCM")
- PCM_Interface_Rate = 0x1 (1, "256 KBps")
- Frame_Type = 0x0 (0, "Short")
- Sync_Mode = 0x1 (1, "Master")
- Clock_Mode = 0x1 (1, "Master")
Then I connect headset to the module and I establish SCO channel connection: I would expect to see P2/P28/P37 (PCM_CLK) start clocking but it's not moving (checked with an oscilloscope).
Am I missing something? Is there something else I should configure?
If I use "TRANSPORT" as SCO_Routing, I can receive SCO data on HCI without problem.