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KeTa_1341526
New Contributor II

Hello,

Please tell me about the p_cyspp_status (.CYSPP, ID = 10/1) event of EZ-Serial FW.
I understand the following Bit mask in "S (status)" of Event Parameters.

- Bit0 (0x01) = Unacknowledged data subscribed
.CYSPP,S=01
=> Indicates that 0x01(Notify) was written to the Configuration Descriptor(UUID 0x2902) of "Unacknowledged Data Characteristic(UUID 65333333-A115-11E2-9E9A-0800200CA102)".

- Bit1 (0x02) = Acknowledged data subscribed
.CYSPP,S=02
=> Indicates that 0x02(Indicate) was written to the Configuration Descriptor(UUID 0x2902) of "Acknowledged Data Characteristic(UUID 65333333-A115-11E2-9E9A-0800200CA101)".

- Bit2 (0x04) = RX flow subscribed
.CYSPP,S=04
=> Indicates that 0x02(Indicate) was written to the Configuration Descriptor(UUID 0x2902) of "RX Flow Characteristic(UUID 65333333-A115-11E2-9E9A-0800200CA103)".

However, I don't know when the following Bits will be effective.
Please tell me the conditions under which these Flags are set.
- Bit 3 (0x08) = RX flow blocked by remote Server
- Bit 4 (0x10) = CYSPP peer support verified
- Bit 5 (0x20) = Data mode active (used internally)

Best regards,
TK

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Owen_Zhang123
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- Bit 3 (0x08) = RX flow blocked by remote Server

Bit 3 means the peer device can't receive more data. We need to slow down the notify/indicate speed.


- Bit 4 (0x10) = CYSPP peer support verified
- Bit 5 (0x20) = Data mode active (used internally)

Bit 4 and Bit 5 is not supported for the current EZ-Serial now.

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Owen_Zhang123
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- Bit 3 (0x08) = RX flow blocked by remote Server

Bit 3 means the peer device can't receive more data. We need to slow down the notify/indicate speed.


- Bit 4 (0x10) = CYSPP peer support verified
- Bit 5 (0x20) = Data mode active (used internally)

Bit 4 and Bit 5 is not supported for the current EZ-Serial now.

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KeTa_1341526
New Contributor II

Thank you for your reply.

Does it mean that Bit3 is used only when EZ-Serial is used as a GATT Client?

Best regards,

TK

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Owen_Zhang123
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Yes, the bit is set by the remote server.

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