I developed a device having MSP430BT5190 with PAN1325 module interfaced to it.
Using MindTree "Ethermind" Bluetooth stack available on the TI WEB.
I want to do Bluetooth FCC testing of this device.
With reference to "http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Bluetooth_FCC_Mode#CC256x_.2B_MSP430_Platform" I have few questions:
What are opcodes for "HCI_VS_DRPB_TESTER_CON_TX" , "HCI_VS_WRITE_HARDWARE_REGISTER" & "SDK_BT_RF_ENABLE_CALIBRATION"?
Are the changes mentioned in above link sufficient for FCC testing or there are more? If more then shall I know them?
Is the MindTree "Ethermind" Bluetooth stack support these VS HCI commands?
Do I need different codes to do FCC testing? or single binary will be OK?
Please take a look at a whitepaper regarding VS commands that can be used for this type of testing: 6330.120215 BT BER PLT Test app note.pdf
Ethermin BT stack should support these VS commands.
With reference to link "http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Bluetooth_FCC_Mode#CC256x_.2B_MSP430_Platform", there are 3 examples.
Example1, 2 and 3 have different configurations for "Modulation Scheme", "Test Pattern", "Frequency Index" and "Power Level".
So I understand that I need 3 binaries, one for each examples, please correct me if I am wrong?
Next question is We are doing following two tests:
1. (Radiated Emission Measurement) vertical
2. (Radiated Emission Measurement) horizontal
So as mentioned in link which examples give me above two test-reading?
Or which configurations I have to make for above two test?
Thanks & Regards,
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