Do you mean you have a plan to get RF regulatory certification for some countries?
BCM2073X has already got some certification including FCC/CE.
So, for many countries you don't need to do RF test I think.
If I misunderstand, please tell so.
Thanks for your reply. But we are planing on incorporating the reference design on our board. We need to go through FCC/CE certification as it is complete new board design. We are trying to look for ways to put the chip to CW mode , Modulated single freq mode and other necessary test used for certification. Can you provide us with pointers where we can find that information.
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I read through the Bluetooth Low Energy RF PHY Test Specification and it seems that all testing is done over 37 octet radio transmissions, negating the need for CW mode. (this is an area I don't have a lot of experience in)
Can you direct me to the documentation where it states CW mode is required?
Could you let me know how to do RF test with BCM20732(S)? As I know, device using BT 3.0 classic should be in DUT mode in order to do RF test. However, I am not sure how to do in case of BCM20732.
Could you provide document related to RF test?
We do not have anything specific to RF test today, but are planning on releasing both a software package and instructional document within the SDK 2.1 release (targeting end of July).