I'm currently work with UART 1, UART 2, and UART 3 using multi-threads with developer board CYW943907AEVAL1F in Wiced Studio. I need develop an application with two of these UART but configured to less that 115200 baud rate, more specifically 38400. With UART 1 don't have any problem but when trying use UART 2 or UART 3 with this baud rate does not send or receive anything.
I am using a CYW43012 (Murata LBEE59B1LV) with LPC56407 (LPC546XX Microcontroller (MCU) Family | NXP Semiconductors) on a dedicated PCB. I use WHD library from Cypress with Free-RTOS and LWIP, I also have SDIO and GPIO ported from mcuxpresso. Used MCU has 512KB of Flash memory.
I want to create an access point or scan local networks. To do it I firstly need to upload the firmware to the CYW43012.
The project is taking too much flash memory - I get region 'PROGRAM_FLASH' overflowed error. Is there any way to make it smaller? I think 43012C0_bin is too big for my MCU.
Do you have any suggestions how can I manage it? Is CYW43012 WiFi possible to be implemented on 512KB MCU?
I am not able to find any example for CYBLE-214015-01 setting up in multimode,
Onc CYBLE-214015-01 board ( node S) should be configured as Central ( Scanning ) and peripheral ( advertising )
Other CYBLE-214015-01 (node C) (3-to 4 of them )will advertise, connect and send some data to node S
A configuration APP ( Android/iPhone ) will connect from time to time for configuring or Debug ( once in a while )
Any help appreciated.
My intention is to make a WiFi board, which will replace a GPRS one, without changing our existing application a lot. The app uses PPP to establish a connection to a mobile operator. Did anybody test a case with PPP running on WICED?
My intention is to establish a PPP connection from remote target via Laird's EWB uart, and route with IP unnumbered (add proxyarp).
I read several lwIP threads in this forum (links below), installed WICED, successfully build snip.scan-LAIRD_EWB-FreeRTOS-LwiP-SDIO and its ThreadX variant to check, if there are any build issues. Awesome, both were built w/o a warning.
I added PPP from Savannah lwIP 2.0.3, even compared to 2.1.0, 2.1.1 and 2.1.2 releases, tried to redefine PBUF_POOL to PBUF_RAM, sys_jiffies() to xTaskGetTickCount() to fix build issues and played with 43xxx_Wi-Fi/WICED/network/LwIP/WWD/FreeRTOS/lwipopts.h - IP_FORWARD, PPP_SUPPORT, PPP_SERVER, etc.
Special PBUF_POOL_RX and PBUF_POOL_TX pools were created for WICED to handle wwd driver buffers. I think PPP can have all its buffers in a local RAM. Can I use the PBUF_RAM pool for them?
PSoC6 example with internet connectivity using GSM modem
Delta changes done in WICED lwip 2.0.3 - BTW I did not find info about changes to 2.0.3, only changes against 2.0.2
Laird Sterling Wi-Fi Performance - probably use ThreadX + NetX for better performance
When I perform WPS with the library "wiced_wps_enrollee ()" of WICED-Studio-5.0, the code "3004" (PBC OVERLAP) is returned and WPS fails.
It occurs only when the wireless router (Buffalo: WTR M2133HP) is opposed to the confirmed range.
Could you please tell me the cause or possibility of this event?
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I would like to replace a serial flash memory on CYW920706 from Macronix to another vendor such as Gigadevice or winbond.
However, I don't have any information about your bootloader which can identify memory ID and allow to download binary file to the serial flash. So, could you let me know that which vendors are available to be replaced from the bootloader?
I am trying to pair (LE Secure) device with MTU greater than 23 but the links disconnects with timout.
pairing with MTU = 23 works without problems.
I am using the Raspberry-pie with blueZ version 5.50.
We plan to use a CYBT-343026-EVAL as a dual mode bluetooth controller. We have tested the CYBT-343026-EVAL under Linux (using btattach) and Windows(using Cybluetool), it works as expected.
The next step is using a third-party MCU (NUCELO-429ZI STM32F429) working as bluetooth Host connected with CYBT-343026-EVAL through HCI UART
Currently, the Host can send commands (Reset), unfortunately the CYBT-343026-EVAL gives no response.
We are considering it might caused by the Host Side improper configuration, or the CYBT-343026-EVAL does not enter the HCI Mode.
So we prefer to add some indicator that the CYBT-343026-EVAL successfully entered the HCI Mode for easy debugging.
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I know Cypress's FullMAC/HardMAC drivers are frequently updated and available. How about the SoftMAC driver? I can't find it in the community.
Noticed that Cypress FullMAC is patches based on upstream driver drivers/net/wireless/broadcom/brcm80211/brcmfmac. Does upstream driver drivers/net/wireless/broadcom/brcm80211/brcmsmac apply for Cypress Wi-Fi productions?