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PSoC 4 MCU

Anonymous
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Hello, I´ve read that the CY8CKIT-042-BLE can handle only 4 slave connections, I´wondering if it

   

is other chip of Cypress can handle the maximum slaves, 7 plus one master.

   

 

   

Thanks

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The BLE stack can handle only one connection at a time. The '4' AFAIK refers to the number of stored pairings.

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Honored Contributor II

The BLE stack can handle only one connection at a time. The '4' AFAIK refers to the number of stored pairings.

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Anonymous
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Thnaks Hli, but do you know one chip can store the 7 slaves?

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AFAIK none. This is a limitation of the BLE stack, not the devices itself.

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Anonymous
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Hallo Hli, 

   

Do you know where I can find the information from the BLE stack referring about  one BLE connection at a time

   

 

   

Regards,

   

David C.

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Anonymous
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It is not a limitation of the BLE protocol that prevents multiple slaves connecting to the same BLE master, but rather the Cypress chips themselves can only support one connection simultaneously (hardware constraint I think?). The new PSoC 6 chips that are in development seem to be able to do what you are wanting.

   

See this post: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21154919/how-many-devices-we-can-pair-via-bluetooth-of-ble-to-and...

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