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I just wanted to confirm that in production, it is expected that the customer using Broadcom BLE chips/modules have to purchase their own block of BD ADDRs from IEEE and then program the BLE modules with addresses from this purchased block.
Is that correct?
From everything I've seen in the SDK and forum, it does not seem like Broadcom provides a unique BD ADDR for each BLE chip/module but I just wanted to hear it from someone with more knowledge.
Thanks for the response. But I was looking for confirmation that a customer that uses Broadcom's chips/modules have to purchase their own block of addresses (UAP + NAP block) from IEEE, and that Broadcom does not program their chips with an address that contains Broadcom's UAP+NAP.