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PSoC™ 4

KeTa_1341526
New Contributor II

Hello,

I am using the MTK tool in the following community and confirm.

Re: HCI commands to measure packet error rates and RSSI

It is possible to execute slide50 [CYBLE MTK Quick Demo Instructions] under the configuration of [MTK option 1 – UART based testing].

I also want to check [MTK Option 2-BLE link based testing] as well.

However, when I try slide14 [MTK Configuration-BLE link based testing], I get a build error in PSoC Creator.

Please tell me how to deal with it.

[environment]

PSoC Creator version: 4.2

Target Device: CY8C4247LQI-BL483 (CY8CKIT-142)

  MTK HOST: CY8CKIT-042-BLE

  MTK DUT  : CY8CKIT-042-BLE

We changed the PRoC type name to the PSoC 4 BLE type name, and are also performing Component Update.

Best regards,

Kenji Takahashi

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VenkataD_41
Moderator
Moderator

Hi,

Please set the L2CAP MTU size set in the BLE component to 100 or above as shown in the image and check once.

Thanks

Ganesh

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VenkataD_41
Moderator
Moderator

Hi Kenji Takahashi,

Please find the modified file attached with this project which solves this issue. Please replace it in your project.

Thanks and regards

Ganesh

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KeTa_1341526
New Contributor II

Hi Ganesh,

Build error has been improved.

However, the LED on the MTK host board does not light up like [MTK Host LED indications] on slide 14.

Also, the first test in MTK tool will fail.

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It seems that the DUT can not be found.

It is as follows in CyBLE_MTK.h of MTK project.

#define CYBLE_TESTS_ENABLED 0

Should this be set to 1?

I changed it to 1 and tried build, but an error occurs in Build.

Best regards,

Kenji Takahashi

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VenkataD_41
Moderator
Moderator

Hi,

Please set the L2CAP MTU size set in the BLE component to 100 or above as shown in the image and check once.

Thanks

Ganesh

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KeTa_1341526
New Contributor II

Hi Ganesh,

Thank you for your reply.

By changing the L2CAP MTU Size, I was able to test with MTK Tool.

Best regards,

Kenji Takahashi

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