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It sounds like you developed a custom service using our BCM20732S WICED Module (or are you using the 20732 SOC?) and would like to build a client application under Windows 7 that communicates with the service running on the BCM20732. Is my understanding correct? Since Windows 7 does not support 4.0/BTLE natively, a third party BT stack extension will be required.
If you have Broadcom radio installed on Win7 machine (check properties of the Bluetooth radio in the device manager) there is a way to do a GATT client application. SDK provides a sample which works on both Win7 and Win8 under WICED-Smart-SDKAppsRAMhello_sensorHelloClientWindows. The btwleapis.h has a decent documentation.