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AIROC™ Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Bluetooth Combos

FeTa_4356966
New Contributor II

Hi sir,
Because using CYW43455 for BQB certification, need to provide "Host QDID". My system is Embedded Linux and uses BlueZ 5.0 Stack. Can the following be used?
QDID 172247
https://launchstudio.bluetooth.com/ListingDetails/134246

 

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Charles_Lai
Moderator
Moderator

Hi,

QDID 172247 is certified to AIROC™ Bluetooth Host Software Stack.

Since you are using your own BlueZ 5.0 Stack, then your device won't be using AIROC™ Bluetooth Host Software Stack. The CYW43455 merely acts as a controller. So you need to provide the QDID of your BlueZ 5.0 Stack (which I think you should get certified by yourself).

Best regards

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Charles_Lai
Moderator
Moderator

Hi,

QDID 172247 is certified to AIROC™ Bluetooth Host Software Stack.

Since you are using your own BlueZ 5.0 Stack, then your device won't be using AIROC™ Bluetooth Host Software Stack. The CYW43455 merely acts as a controller. So you need to provide the QDID of your BlueZ 5.0 Stack (which I think you should get certified by yourself).

Best regards

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FeTa_4356966
New Contributor II

Hi,

Because BlueZ Stack certification takes too much time, can I directly use WICED or BSA QDID?

 

CY-WICED 4.1 BLUETOOTH Host Stack

QDID 160340

https://launchstudio.bluetooth.com/ListingDetails/120227

 

CYW-BSA50

QDID 137661

https://launchstudio.bluetooth.com/ListingDetails/93236

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Charles_Lai
Moderator
Moderator

Since you are using your own BlueZ 5.0 Stack, then your device won't be using any other Bluetooth host stack. So any other stack's QDID won't be suitable here.