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MiTo_1583836
Contributor II

I am reviewing the WICED environment, especially the pre-compiled libraries (*.a) for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi products.

I see for example:

/Library/bluetooth/internal/stack/LE/Lib_Bluetooth_LE_Stack.ThreadX.ARM_Cortex_M3.debug.a

or

/Wiced/Network/NetX/NetX.ARM_Cortex_M3.debug.a

Is there a way to have access to the source code of these libraries? Is there a specific agreement that can be put in place with Broadcom to access the source code that has been used to generate the libraries?

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MichaelF_56
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Our BLE stack is in ROM and not available as source.

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Anonymous
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I don't know about Bluetooth library.

About NetX, it's a commercial product and royalty is required normally.

So in order to use it free by WICED customer, it needs to be provided as a binary image.

If you would like to have source code, you can choose FreeRTOS/LwIP.

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MiTo_1583836
Contributor II

Ok thanks, let's see if someone can comment on the Bluetooth stack.

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MichaelF_56
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Our BLE stack is in ROM and not available as source.

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