2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 15, 2020 9:31 PM by hata_3396041

    Transfer data by sending commands from other MCUs

    hata_3396041

      Hello

       

      Does the PSoC4 + BLE module have a function to send and receive data by sending commands from the outside?

      (No software development required, it works according to the received command)

       

      I found a function called CYSPP. Is it possible to operate commands with this?

      If so, do I need to develop with PSoC Creator?

       

      Best Regards

      Hayato

        • 1. Re: Transfer data by sending commands from other MCUs
          PY_21

          Hello,

           

          Serial Port Profile is a Bluetooth classic profile. It is not available as a standard profile in BLE. Therefore, you'll have to create a custom BLE service and send the commands. Please refer to the Day020_BLE_UART project from the GitHub. This code example uses a custom BLE profile to demonstrate the UART-BLE bridge functionality. In order to emulate both peer devices as UART COM ports, this example essentially consists of two projects – Central and Peripheral. When appropriately interfaced to a PC, each of the peer devices can be used as a COM port using a terminal application (like TeraTerm). The data sent through the terminal application at one end, appears at the other end, as it does over wired UART communication.

          Please let me know if this helps.

           

          Thanks,
          P Yugandhar.

          • 2. Re: Transfer data by sending commands from other MCUs
            hata_3396041

            Hello Yugandahar-san

             

            Thank you very much. It was very helpful.

            If devices including classic BT other than PSoC4 + BLE can also be used, is there anything that does not require software development that can send and receive just by typing a command?

             

             

            Best Regards

            Hayato