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Implementing a simple communication between two BLE112 
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I'm trying two implement a very simple communication between two BLE112. The aim is to permit a communication between two electronic cards having their own host microcontroller. So, I have on each side a hosted application with BLE112.

These are my problems :

1. I can't compile the BGLIB C library to add it in my microcontroller program with IAR. I have an error message when the compiler try to compile the lines with "PACKSTRUCT(...)". It's the first problem but I can use the BLE112 without it using my own "library". So it's not the most important problem for now.

2. I don't understand the basis to create a kind of p2p communication between my modules, after reading all the documentation found on internet and in the Bluegiga TechForum.

For now, I can say "Hello" and I have the module's response. Same thing for the "Get Info" command. I have tested a lot of other commands to connect the modules without any success. Does someone know how I can create this kind of communication ? Does I have to create a special Gatt Database ? Or use a particular bluetooth profile ?

Thx for help

Mon May 20, 2013 8:55 am
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sorry, but I don't have any experience with the IAR tools.
Maybe someone else can help out?


Mon Jun 03, 2013 11:39 am
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I have a similar Problem. How is it possible to implement a UART communication between 2 BLE112 Modules using BGScript? Is the demopropgram in the SDKit really good for this? Where can I read something about this Topic?


Wed Oct 30, 2013 6:11 pm
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