This blog is to provide the procedure how to install the nRF Sniffer and run on the Window 10. Nordic provides the free to use Bluetooth LE sniffer and it can run with Nordic Development Board. nRF Sniffer for Bluetooth LE The nRF Sniffer for Bluetooth® LE is a useful tool for learning about and debugging Bluetooth Low Energy applications. It … Continue reading How to install BLE Sniffer on nRF52 DK Board and run it
This blog is to show the BLE throughput on difference users scenarios. I plan to show the maximum throughput on the real world, particular showing how fast the BLE communication with IOS devices. I would use 2 x nRF52840 DK for the central and peripheral bi direction communication and print out the live throughput. After … Continue reading Maximum BLE Throughput with IOS
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This blog is to describe how to compile and run the nRF5 HIDs Keyboard example from nRF Connect SDK. nRF Connect SDK The nRF Connect SDK is where you begin building low power wireless applications with Nordic Semiconductor nRF52, nRF53, and nRF91 Series devices. The nRF Connect SDK is moved to https://github.com/nrfconnect instead of https://github.com/nordicplayground/nrfconnect. … Continue reading Step by Step to Compile Nordic NRF5 HIDs Keyboard / Mouse Example on nRF Connect SDK
This chapter will take you through the steps required for creating an application in NCS for nRF9160. This blog is based on the Nordic Connect SDK v1.2.0 version. It may have need to change on the other versions (later). The propose of this blog is to show the idea how to run such example on NCS. … Continue reading Tutorial how to create an application on the nRF9160 DK
This blog is to introduce how to use the nRFUtil for Over The Air upgrade (OTA) in between host and device. I would focus on the BLE OTA only. It uses the nRF52 DK to connect to PC / Linux / MacOS. And then the nRFUtil tool would be the OTA host application. nRFUtil The … Continue reading Over the air upgrade through Nordic nrfUtil
This blog is to show how to use the external flash for storing the bonding information instead of using the internal flash. I would base on the Nordic SDK 16.0 and use the nRF52840 DK as the baseline to show how it works. By using the external flash for bonding storage, it can save at … Continue reading Using External Flash to Store bonding info on nRF52 Series
This blog is to introduce a method how to place data at the specific memory address with Segger Embedded Studio. The only solution to place a symbol at a given address, is to place it into a separate section. If you create one section per "fixed address" symbol, it is guaranteed that the symbol is … Continue reading Placing data at a specific memory address with Segger Embedded Studio