ModusToolbox simplifies embedded systems development by delivering flexibility and easy-to-use tools within a familiar integrated development environment (IDE) under Windows®, macOS®, and Linux®. In addition, it provides a sophisticated platform for system peripheral configuration as well as application-specific configurators for Bluetooth® , CapSense, and others. For more information on ModusToolbox, go to the Community Page.
The BT SDK is targeted for the CYW20706, CYW20719B2, CYW20721B2, CYW20735B1, CYW20819, CYW20820 and CYW89820 Bluetooth 5.0 SoCs. ModusToolbox 2.0 with the Bluetooth SDK 2.3 provides a complete development environment to allow you to quickly create Bluetooth enabled IoT solutions like audio devices, beacons and trackers, hid devices, smart watches, medical devices, and home automation platforms.
The BT SDK includes:
- Bluetooth firmware
- Platform and board support packages
- Utilities including BTSpy trace, Manufacturing Bluetooth test tool, Client Control, and Mesh Client control
- Peer apps for OTA and Mesh
- A rich set of WICED™ connectivity APIs that allow for simplified programming of BT/BLE connectivity
- Various sample applications that serve as examples of how to utilize the BT/BLE APIs
- More complex code examples that utilize various APIs and middleware to create a more complete solution
Notes for Installing BT SDK 2.3 with ModusToolbox 2.0:
- Note that if a previous version of BT SDK 2.x was installed and needs to be preserved, you will need to create a new workspace and wiced_btsdk project in order to pull in BT SDK 2.3 and avoid overwriting previous versions.
- Within the ModusToolbox IDE, click the “New Application” link in the Quick Panel
- Alternatively, you can select File -> New -> ModusToolbox IDE Application
- Next, select the evaluation board you are using with BT SDK 2.3
- Now you will select wiced-btsdk while noting that this project contains the actual SDK which is used by all BT SDK 2.3 applications.
- You will need to create this project just once in the working directory
- Do not change the name of this project as all BT SDK 2.3 applications use the same project name within their application makefiles.
- This step can take up to 15 minutes,but will not need to be invoked again once initially executed
- After the wiced_btsdk project is created, again click the “New Application” link and then the evaluation board followed by the application you wish to use within BT SDK 2.3.