BLE MC Software Documentation

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sgutala
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BLE MC Software Documentation

Hi, 

Is there any documentation regarding the specifics of the software functions and signals that the BLE MC's are using? Many of the datasheets I am browsing through, particularly that of the DA1469x family, has functions/ signals that do not specify meanings to; Such as : "(Px_yy_MODE_REG[PID] = 21 to 24)". I have a few guesses but I want to be sure what each line of code does. So I truly would appreciate a quick response on this note.

The last time I posted content, I got a response saying "will get back to you soon," but it has been days since that response now, and not a single word back. 

So please, if you can help me, I would truly appreciate a response.

Thank you. 

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Hi sgutala,

Hi sgutala,

All the available documentation can be found on the support website. Since the question is about the DA1469x product family, I would recommend first checking the UM-B-092: DA1469x Software Platform Reference Manual .

This user manual aims to explain the SDK architecture. It covers the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) functionality , the Operating System (OS) and other sections containing a more detailed technical analysis of hardware elements, for instance clock and power management.

The SDK provides APIs that should be used for developing the BLE application.

With regards to Px_yy_MODE_REG[PID], please take a look at section 42.22 General Purpose I/O Registers

 in the DA1469x datasheet. Take as an example the Table 644: P0_00_MODE_REG and in the PID bitfield aand you can see all the available PIDs. Would it be possible to describe what you would like to accomplish?

Thanks, PM_Dialog

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Thank you very much!

Thank you very much!