Yes, the slave/peripheral can transmit data during a connection event, whenever it has a new data irrespective of the slave latency count. The slave latency is used only when the slave does not have any new data to send. It can ignore the connection events from the master for the "slave latency" counts. However, once the slave latency counts lapse, the slave has to acknowledge irrespective of whether it has new data or not. So, yes the attached use case/scenario is perfectly possible.
I hope this helps.
Meenakshi Sundaram R
Thank you for your reply. I am sorry for the delay in replying.
I understood about the slave latency specification of PSoC 6 BLE.
Can I question two points on this basis?
1.From the point of consumption current, the more slave latency count, the better and there was no disadvantage especially in increasing slave latency count I felt.
Is there any disadvantage in increasing slave latency count?
2.The attached use case/scenario is perfectly possible in PSoC 6 BLE.
Is it possible for PSoC 4 BLE as well?