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AN91162 - Creating a BLE Custom Profile

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May 28, 2020
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AN91162 describes the methodology for developing a Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) application with PSoC 4 BLE or PRoC BLE devices using a custom BLE profile. It provides an overview of custom profiles and services and the procedure to build an application with PSoC 4 BLE using RGB LED control as an example. This application note also applies to the PRoC BLE part.

This application note describes the methodology for developing a Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) application with PSoC 4 BLE or PRoC BLE devices using a custom BLE profile.

Introduction

Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is an ultra-low-power wireless standard introduced by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) for short-range communication. The BLE physical layer, protocol stack, and profile architecture are designed and optimized to minimize power consumption. Similar to Classic Bluetooth, BLE operates in the 2.4-GHz ISM band but with a lower bandwidth of 1 Mbps.

Project Device PSoC Creator

Version
Development Kit CY8CKIT-xxx Compiler
Architecture Silicon

Revision
V3.3 or

Higher
V3.2 or

Lower
042 BLE

DVK
001

DVK
Keil GCC MDK RVDS
AN91162.zip PSoC 4 BLE Beta YES NO YES NO NO YES YES NO

 

See our 100 Projects in 100 days with PSoC 4 BLE blog for more examples.
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