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FrLa_2441936
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Two years ago, we designed a module based on the CYM20736 (SoC).

We would like now to register it on Bluetooth SIG. We understood that we need to create a link to a previous registration of the chip (QDID), and we found that the QDID 77769 should be selected. But it seems not possible anymore to register our product from 'launchstudio':

<< QDID 77769 implements a deprecated specfication scheduled to be withdrawn on 2023-02-01. The design cannot be incorporated into new designs, unless the new design complies with a version of the specification that has not been deprecated or withdrawn. >>

Does anybody have encountered this problem? Do you know a solution?

Thanks. Francis

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SheetalJ
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Deprecation is the point at which the BT SIG will not accept certain applications that are required to qualify and subsequently list an end product. The current date for deprecation for the BT 4.1 (20736 SoC is 4.1) is 1/28/2019.

If you want to use CYW20736 for certification, the silicon can’t be used since SIG does not allow for TSE, QDL or TCRL after deprecation.

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SheetalJ
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Hi Francis,

Please check the QDID 105362 and QDID 61027 with support for different profiles for CYW20736.

             

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FrLa_2441936
New Contributor II

Thanks. I checked but both QDID have the exact same status : they are all deprecated and declared as "cannot be incorparated into new designs...".

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SheetalJ
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Deprecation is the point at which the BT SIG will not accept certain applications that are required to qualify and subsequently list an end product. The current date for deprecation for the BT 4.1 (20736 SoC is 4.1) is 1/28/2019.

If you want to use CYW20736 for certification, the silicon can’t be used since SIG does not allow for TSE, QDL or TCRL after deprecation.

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