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WICED Studio Wi-Fi Combo

cniclaes
New Contributor II

Hello,

It seems that support of chips such as CYW4343W or CYW43438 on non-PSOC devices (e.g. STM32) will be slowly moved from WICED to WHD (as told in other posts).

I just checked the "STM32 Connectivity Expansion Pack 1.0.1" provided by Infineon. It's a special port of the WHD package v1.93 and seems to fit very well for what we need.

Just a question about Bluetooth part of the Combo: these packages (WHD or STM32 Connectivity) don't contain any bluetooth stack such as what was present in WICED. How to use the BT features of these chips? Do you have a separated package with the firmware related stuffs and the stack part (over the HCI link) ?

 

 

 

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AditiB_81
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Moderator

Hi,

As per the software team, the current version of STM32 Connectivity Expansion Pack 1.0.1 does not have the required libs to get started with Bluetooth. The next version of the expansion pack i.e. STM32 Connectivity Expansion Pack 1.1.0 is expected to release soon (I can't commit a deadline as of now), which will have the required support for Bluetooth.

Thanks

Aditi

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AditiB_81
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Moderator

Hi,

I am checking on this with the internal team and will revert back to you.

Thanks

Aditi

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cniclaes
New Contributor II

Any news?

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AditiB_81
Moderator
Moderator

Hi,

As per the software team, the current version of STM32 Connectivity Expansion Pack 1.0.1 does not have the required libs to get started with Bluetooth. The next version of the expansion pack i.e. STM32 Connectivity Expansion Pack 1.1.0 is expected to release soon (I can't commit a deadline as of now), which will have the required support for Bluetooth.

Thanks

Aditi

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cniclaes
New Contributor II

OK, that's good news, meaning there is an upgrade path from WICED to future design with STM32.