SWRU428 September   2015 CC2564MODA


  1.   Dual-Mode Bluetooth® Stack on STM32F4 MCUs
    1.     Trademarks
    2. Features
    3. Bluetooth Profiles
    4. Sample Application Overview
    5. CC256XSTBTBLESW Hardware and Software Requirements
    6. Setting Up the Hardware
    7. Setting Up the Software
    8. Building and Flashing the Bluetooth Code (STM3240G-EVAL)
      1. 7.1 Flashing the Bluetooth Code
    9. Applications
    10. Classic Bluetooth Sample Applications
    11. 10 Classic Bluetooth + Bluetooth low energy Applications
    12. 11 Bluetooth low energy Applications
  2.   Revision History

Dual-Mode Bluetooth® Stack on STM32F4 MCUs

TI’s dual-mode Bluetooth® stack on STM32F4 MCUs (CC256XSTBTBLESW) software for Bluetooth + Bluetooth low energy enables the STM32 ARM®Cortex®-M4 processor and includes single mode and dual mode, while implementing the Bluetooth 4.0 specification. The Bluetooth stack is fully qualified (QDID 69887 and QDID 69886) and provides simple command-line applications to help speed development and can be MFI capable.

For a complete evaluation solution, the CC256XSTBTBLESW works directly with the STM3240G-EVAL hardware development kit. The stack for the STM32 MCU is certified and royalty-free (CC256XSTBTBLESW).

The software works with all CC256x EM boards (CC256XQFNEM, CC2564MODNEM, and CC2564MODAEM) to provide a complete Bluetooth BR/EDR/LE HCI solution, reducing design effort and enabling a faster time to market. The CC256x EM boards include TI's seventh-generation Bluetooth core and provide a product-proven, Bluetooth 4.1-compliant solution. The devices provide best-in-class RF performance with a transmit power and receive RX sensitivity that provide approximately two times the range of other BLE-only solutions. TI’s power-management hardware and software algorithms help save a significant amount of power in common Bluetooth BR/EDR/LE modes of operation.