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WICED Studio Bluetooth

Anonymous
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I am looking at the datasheet for BCM20707 Bluetooth chip. Does anyone know the absolute maximum RF input (dBm) the chip can handle before permanently damaging the chip?

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ShawnA_01
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Eventually the datasheet will get updated for the official 'info', but you are about to receive word from Carl that:  "Recommendation from engineering team is at least 20dB antenna isolation and to keep the maximum input power below -5dBm for CW signals and below -10dBm for high peak to average ratio signals such as WiFi OFDM."  There may be more correspondence forthcoming and I'll continue to update the forum posting as necessary because someday somebody may have the same question...

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ShawnA_01
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Hi Leona. The BCM20707 is not supported here on the Community Forum as it's not (yet) a Mass Market device.  The people working on your SalesForce Case (317208) are the correct people to help you.  Asking the same question in 2 places won't help. milmgrgachf@cypress.comalme

Anonymous
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Understood.

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ShawnA_01
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We understand the frustration of not getting requested information in a timely manner and cannot blame you for trying all avenues available.We do the same thing sometimes! 

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Anonymous
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Can't say I didn't tried. Thank you for your prompt response.

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ShawnA_01
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user_473143488

Eventually the datasheet will get updated for the official 'info', but you are about to receive word from Carl that:  "Recommendation from engineering team is at least 20dB antenna isolation and to keep the maximum input power below -5dBm for CW signals and below -10dBm for high peak to average ratio signals such as WiFi OFDM."  There may be more correspondence forthcoming and I'll continue to update the forum posting as necessary because someday somebody may have the same question...

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