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This is a place which will be filled with Bluetooth Low Energy FAQ, based on the forum activity.
1. In Btool, what does "Failed to Established" mean?
A "Failed to Establish" (0x3E) error occurs if the master is unable to receive a packet from the slave within the first 6 connection events after sending a connection request. This could be caused a number of reasons. Here are a few possibilities:
2. How can I test the RF Performance for regulatory certification?
There are HCI commands in our API that can be used to generate the appropriate RF activity for regulatory certification. In hci.h (www.ti.com/blestack), find the prototypes for the following functions:
Along with the prototypes are descriptions of the functions and their parameters. For more information please read the TI BLE Vendor Specific HCI Guide that is included in the stack documentation.
For more information, visit processors.wiki.ti.com/.../Category:BluetoothLE
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