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03-20-2017 12:10 PM
I am attempting to run the soc-smartPhone demo project with the Blue Gecko Wireless Starter Kit and BGM121 (BRD4302A vA03) radio board. Unfortunately, I am encountering some sort of reset loop. The LCD briefly flashes the expected text every 1-2s, but is blank for the rest of the time. I am also unable to detect the device using the Blue Gecko iPad app. If I swap out the radio board for the BGM111, the application runs as expected.
When I run the application with the debugger, the debugger disconnects during the gecko_wait_event() command, but not until the gecko_evt_system_boot_id event is processed. I found that, if I comment out the line gecko_cmd_le_gap_set_mode(le_gap_general_discovera
I have tried some of the other example projects as well, but they all exhibit the same issue.
The application was previously running fine when compiled with IAR, but my license has expired. Could there be some issue with the new beta GCC support? I am using the GNU ARM v4.9.3 toolchain with the Gecko SDK Suite: Bluetooth 184.108.40.206 (v1.0.0) SDK.
Thanks in advance for the help! Please let me know what other info I should provide.
Solved! Go to Solution.
03-20-2017 12:34 PM
Looks like this might just be an issue with the 2.3.0 SDK...
"We are working on a patch and hopefully that can be released soon. In the meanwhile, one easy workaround to this issue is to decrease TX power level. By default, the TX power is set to maximum (for example, +8dBm with BGM111 or +3 dBm with BGM113). Try lowering the transmit power with command cmd_system_set_tx_power before starting any advertising or scanning."