For anyone else trying to google an answer, I haven't had any luck finding answers on Cypress products unfortunately. The only device I've been able to find on the market today that meets our needs is:
EM Micro put me in touch with C-Max Asia Limited who make a module (the CMM-9304-V2.1).
I've seen some mentions of the HCI being available for cypress chips, but haven't personally played with it:
Thanks for the response - unfortunately these threads don't specify the certification/qualification status.
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For PSoC4/PRoC BLE HCI: As E Pratt mentioned thread: https://community.cypress.com/thread/16366 have post that:
We can configure the BLE component in your project in HCI mode . In HCI mode, the component exposes UART interface as HCI. Over this UART, you can send any BLE HCI command. All BLE HCI commands as defined in BLE spec are supported by the component.
The demo project is mentioned with this link: PSoC-4-BLE/main.c at master · cypresssemiconductorco/PSoC-4-BLE · GitHub
For Certification/qualification: PSoC4/PRoC BLE have pass the SIG qualification which you have find in your first post link. The certification means the regulatory certification, usually it's for end product. And the cypress module like CYBLE022001 or other similar modules have certified to FCC, CE, MIC, KC, and IC regulations.
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