Demonstrates BLE functionality for pairing and data transfer to nearby devices with the ClarinoxBlue Bluetooth® protocol stack.


Uses the ClarinoxBlue Bluetooth® protocol stack and the Joeyduino™ Shield wireless module to enable pairing and bidirectional data transfer between the Synergy S7 MCU-based Kit and nearby BLE devices.


The application can be run in either BLE central mode to scan and connect with other BLE peripherals, or in BLE peripheral mode to advertise to nearby BLE central devices. A smartphone running a BLE central app, such as the nRF Connect app for Android or LightBlue for iOS, can connect to the Synergy Kit for bidirectional data transfer.


The ClarinoxBlue stack includes a built-in protocol analyzer for simplified debugging that allows custom application commands to be sent using the DLL-based plug-in interface. It offers threading, memory usage and memory leak analysis, and an API for messaging between processors.

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版本 1.0.0


发布日期: 2017-06-23

支持的MCU: S7G2

MD5: 5a0d34d4f862f385663a842d7b010e3b