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HuNg_4644966
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Hi everyone

I'm just a beginner in programming with Cypress's products. I've recently used CY8PROTO-063-BLE PSoC 6 BLE Prototyping Kit for some example of my work but the hardware dependency of code example is almost CY8CKIT-062 PSoC6 BLE Pioneer Kit. I think both of them don't have a lots differences so I try to build the example into my prototyping kit. However, the bluetooth signal between my phone and kit aren't continuously connected and in most successful cases are lower than 5 times in total of 30 times. Beside that, the debug result on PUTTY is not perfect. In my opinion, the problem comes from the improper hardware, does it right? If not, what is the problem? and can you introduce some example that corresponded with my PSoC 063 BLE kit.
Thank you so much !!!

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ShipingW_81
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HuNg_4644966

On this prototyping kit board, BLE module CYBLE-416045-02 is mounted. There are some hardware differences between PSoC 63 device and CYBLE-416045-02. It might cause some problems to mix up the two platform.

You can find the code examples customized for CYBLE-416045-02 either in PSoC Creator or Modus Toolbox.

For PSoC Creator 4.2, please refer to the guidelines to make the CYBLE-416045-02 available - Prerequisite Software Setup for Getting Started with CYBLE-416045-02 EZ-BLE Module in PSoC Creator –...

For PSoC Creator 4.3, you can find the CYBLE-416045-02 existing in the default device list.

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For MTB2.0, it's already existing too -

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ShipingW_81
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HuNg_4644966

On this prototyping kit board, BLE module CYBLE-416045-02 is mounted. There are some hardware differences between PSoC 63 device and CYBLE-416045-02. It might cause some problems to mix up the two platform.

You can find the code examples customized for CYBLE-416045-02 either in PSoC Creator or Modus Toolbox.

For PSoC Creator 4.2, please refer to the guidelines to make the CYBLE-416045-02 available - Prerequisite Software Setup for Getting Started with CYBLE-416045-02 EZ-BLE Module in PSoC Creator –...

For PSoC Creator 4.3, you can find the CYBLE-416045-02 existing in the default device list.

pastedImage_5.png

For MTB2.0, it's already existing too -

pastedImage_6.png

View solution in original post

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