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DaRa_4056336
New Contributor II

Hi,

I am starting working with Murata 1LD connect to my mcu, I need several features I am thinking how to start with exisiting examples..

1. Bluetooth - I need to use the bluetooth as BLE serial port, serial gatt service is good for me or there is better option?

2. Wi-Fi - I need to send json to https address, I saw there is https client demo, it is not exactly what I need?

Thanks!!!

David

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RaktimR_11
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What is the MCU you are planning to connect to? 1LD has STM32F412 in it already (Do you mean to use that?)

1. You can use the SPP profile

2. You can modify httpbin_org snip application (https_client is deprecated and the library is modified in the newer SDK) to send json to https address. The libraries are already present in WICED SDK which can be found at 43xxx_Wi-Fi/libraries/protocols/HTTP_client

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RaktimR_11
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What is the MCU you are planning to connect to? 1LD has STM32F412 in it already (Do you mean to use that?)

1. You can use the SPP profile

2. You can modify httpbin_org snip application (https_client is deprecated and the library is modified in the newer SDK) to send json to https address. The libraries are already present in WICED SDK which can be found at 43xxx_Wi-Fi/libraries/protocols/HTTP_client

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DaRa_4056336
New Contributor II

Hi RaktimR_11

Thanks for the answer!

Yes, I am planning to use STM32F412 inside the 1LD module, I saw inside the wiced sdk it has only STM32F411 platform , is there anything for STM32F412?

1. Where can I find the SPP profile ? becasue I couldn't find it in wiced?

2. Is there a way to user httpbin_org to use without self signed certificate? with server signed certificate?

Thanks,

David

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MichaelF_56
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You will need to obtain the Type1LD platform files from Murata.  Are you already working with them?

inoue_tomohiro_1742091

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DaRa_4056336
New Contributor II

I am checking this options , hope for this week I will get the files from Murata ( I am working with them with different chips )

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RaktimR_11
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1. The SPP profile code example can be found out in the BT SDK. You can go to 20706-A2_Bluetooth SDK and find the example 20706-A2_Bluetooth/apps/snip/bt/spp and then you have to port the same application to 43xxx_Wi-Fi SDK

2. You can definitely add a server signed certificate in httpbin_org application by modifying httpbin_root_ca_certificate[]

ToIn_1742091
Contributor

SPP example is here: 43xxx_Wi-Fi\apps\snip\bluetooth\bt_dualmode_server

DaRa_4056336
New Contributor II

Hi,

the be dual mode server is Classic and BLE?

I don't need Classic BT. I need only BLE that behave as Serial port (get data from UART and send it using the BLE , get answer from BLE and trasfer it to the micro using UART).

In the previous versions (Type ZF) of Murata they had DSPS.

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ToIn_1742091
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Correct. Dual mode means classic and BLE.

DSPS is by Dialog Semiconductor. Cypress has Serial GATT Service. You can check these folders:

  • 43xxx_Wi-Fi\apps\snip\bluetooth\serial_gatt_service
  • common\peer_apps\hci_serial_gatt_service