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WICED Studio Wi-Fi Combo

GrCa_1363456
Contributor II

Who provides a “Host Subsystem” QDID for Infineon based WiFi/BT modules that run a WICED stack?

A “Host Subsystem” QDID is required to complement the “Controller Subsystem” QDID that is provided by Murata for their 1DX module.  Infineon appears to only provide a “Component” QDID for the WICED software stack.(2) (3)

Bluetooth Certification requires either a single "End Product” QDID or combined “Controller Subsystem” and “Host Subsystem” QDIDs.(1).

CYW4343x = QDID:   134532 – Component @ https://launchstudio.bluetooth.com/ListingDetails/89357

Murrata 1DX = QDID 140301 - Controller Subsystem @ https://launchstudio.bluetooth.com/ListingDetails/96389

WICED Stack =  QDID 115853 – Component @ https://launchstudio.bluetooth.com/ListingDetails/65279

 

References:

  1. Bluetooth Module Vendor Qualification Guide @ https://www.bluetooth.com/develop-with-bluetooth/qualification-listing/module-vendor/
  2. QDID: 115853 is Component (Tested) per “WICED Studio and ModusToolbox Bluetooth Stack QDID” @ https://community.cypress.com/t5/ModusToolbox-Bluetooth-SDK/WICED-Studio-and-ModusToolbox-Bluetooth-...
  3. QDID:160340 is Component (Tested) per “Can WICED use new QDID ?” @ https://community.cypress.com/t5/WICED-Studio-Wi-Fi-Combo/Can-WICED-use-new-QDID/m-p/165516

     

A similar question is posted on Murata’s website:

https://community.murata.com/s/question/0D55F00009G8DXmSAN/is-there-a-bt-qdid-or-qdids-available-for...

Greg

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MichaelF_56
Moderator
Moderator

The table below shows two QDID paths that can be used to leverage a BT SOC supplier or Module partner's existing BT Certification in a new design.  We support option 1 by providing Component QDIDs, some Module Partners support option 2 by providing Subsytem QDIDs.  Note that the Profiles QDID for the component listing can sometimes be excluded as the embedded host contains profiles within the Host QDID.  I always recommend that customers work with their BT Sig POC to confirm their selection prior to filing.

No

Controller

host

Profiles

1

Component

Component

Component

2

Subsystem

Subsystem

Subsystem


Note that our MT BT SDK BT 5.2 stack listing is complete:

Based on the dialog above, one would use QDID 160340 (Host/Component) with QDID 134532 (Controller/Component) to leverage our BT Cert with the Murata 4343W based module.

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MichaelF_56
Moderator
Moderator

The table below shows two QDID paths that can be used to leverage a BT SOC supplier or Module partner's existing BT Certification in a new design.  We support option 1 by providing Component QDIDs, some Module Partners support option 2 by providing Subsytem QDIDs.  Note that the Profiles QDID for the component listing can sometimes be excluded as the embedded host contains profiles within the Host QDID.  I always recommend that customers work with their BT Sig POC to confirm their selection prior to filing.

No

Controller

host

Profiles

1

Component

Component

Component

2

Subsystem

Subsystem

Subsystem


Note that our MT BT SDK BT 5.2 stack listing is complete:

Based on the dialog above, one would use QDID 160340 (Host/Component) with QDID 134532 (Controller/Component) to leverage our BT Cert with the Murata 4343W based module.

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