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I'm looking for the most simple way to get started with BCM20737. Is there any ready-made F/W (or example code) I could use to achieve the following on BLE:
Two MCUs talking to each other using a wired UART => replacing the wires with a BCM20737 (BLE Mode and UART Interface) on both sides.
Configure/do special tasks (Pairing, control TX Power...) on the BCM20737 using AT commands or similar.
Any hints? Before I was using a HM-11 BLE module which worked in this way and was good for prototyping. But now we are looking for a more advanced and pre-certified module for the first badge of our product.
If you need something with a less steep learning curve, you may want to look at the ACKme Bobcat (ndutton) and Anaren (airlinepilot_md) development kits as they are much better suited to perform something like this off the shelf.
There are numerous threads related to changing Tx power and Pairing. Most of the pairing information you need is provided within the sample apps.