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PSoC 4 MCU

Anonymous
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Hey folks,

   

 

   

I'm working with the CY5677 Dongle. I developed a custom application based on the Madhu Sudhan's example which can drive the Dongle to connect and drive a slave like CySmart permits to do. The dongle is programmed with the software used for CySmart. That's working very well.

   

I now have to develop a new application (or upgrade this one) which can read 2 slaves simultaneously, so here is my question : Can I make it with this configuration or the Dongle and the software on it will limit me to one slave ?

   

 

   

Regards,

   

Guillaume

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Anonymous
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The hardware itself (USB Dongle) is limited to 1 RF connection at a time, and hence can only be connected to one slave device at a time.

   

The software is merely written to reflect that, and thus only handles having one connection at a time as well, but once the PSoC 6 comes out, I'm sure there will be support for multiple connections simultaneously.

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Currently only a connection between two devices at the same time is supported. there are rumors that there will be a network of BLEs shortly.

   

 

   

Bob

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Hi Guillaume,

   

Currently PSoC 4/ PRoC BLE devices won't support multiple connections at a time.

   

Upcoming PSoC 6 BLE will be having this capability.

   

Thanks,

   

Anjana

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Anonymous
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Hi,

   

 

   

Thank you about your answers. Is a dongle with this capability in project on the same time than PSoC 6 BLE or not ? I'm interested by a master drivable by a computer here.

   

 

   

Best regards,

   

Guillaume.

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Anonymous
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The hardware itself (USB Dongle) is limited to 1 RF connection at a time, and hence can only be connected to one slave device at a time.

   

The software is merely written to reflect that, and thus only handles having one connection at a time as well, but once the PSoC 6 comes out, I'm sure there will be support for multiple connections simultaneously.

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Anonymous
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Thank you about your answer, I will wait this PSoC 6 comes out, hopefully in the next weeks. 

   

 

   

Best regards,

   

Guillaume

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