Project #014: Whitelist | Cypress Semiconductor
Project #014: Whitelist
In earlier projects, we had looked at different roles which a Bluetooth Low Energy device can assume at both GAP and GATT layers. Now, we shift our focus to some of the features of lower layers of the Bluetooth Low Energy stack such as the Link Layer, the L2CAP layer, the Security Layer etc.
In today's example project, we demonstrate how PSoC 4 BLE device can implment Whitelist, enabling it to respond to scan requests or connection requests from the selected list of devices.
In this example, PSoC 4 BLE device is configured as the GAP Peripheral which responds to the scan request and connection request only from the GAP Centrals, which are added in its Whitelist. It also demonstrates how to add and delete a device to the GAP Peripheral's whitelist.
You can download this PSoC Creator project here from Github: https://github.com/cypresssemiconductorco/PSoC-4-BLE/tree/master/100_Projects_in_100_Days/Day014_Whitelist