Can you take firmware and HCI logs according to this guide ? There may be a message in the firmware that would signal a dropped packet.
Do you know if your Wi-Fi traffic is predominantly UDP or TCP?
Part Number: WL1831MOD I'm working with a customer that is looking into Connected Idle Mode (<800uA). We are looking for some more information about this, such as an application report. I'm not finding much info through the normal channels (product page…
Hi Jacob, see comment: Using a PC and an iPhone we can reach something like 23Kbytes/s. We would like to be close to that level using our device with the WL1831MOD. We have succeeded to upgrade to BLE 5.1 but we haven’t noticed any improvement on the data…
Part Number: WL1831MOD Hi Team!
Similar situation where we are struggling to secure stock for the WL1831MOD. Do you have any insight to which alternate WL8 device has the best supply outlook?
Part Number: WL1831MOD Other Parts Discussed in Thread: WL1835MOD , WL1837MOD , , WL1835 Hi,
My customer has issue with supply chain of WL1831MOD and would like to see if supply chain of WL1835MOD and WL1837MOD can be better.
But he is not aware of differences…
This error is occurring because you are trying to open two UART instances to the same COM port (Tera Term and HCITester). You can only have one open at a time.
I recommend using HCITester to generate the HCI commands you need first. Next, save…
Part Number: WL1831MOD Other Parts Discussed in Thread: WL1271 Kernel: 5.14.2 from RT tree
Platform: Elkhart Lake
kernel parameters: root=/dev/ram0/ rw idle=poll cma=160M@0-2G pci=pcie_bus_perf sdhci_pci.max_freq=50 console=ttyS6,115200 console=tty0 dyndebug…
I was able to view your btmon logs but did not notice anything unusual. Do you know what bitrate you transmit the Bluetooth audio? I believe the max bitrate for SBC is 320 kbps.
Do you notice an improvement in Bluetooth audio quality if you lower…
I generated an hcitool command from the picture you sent above. It looks nearly identical, except the length specification is 0x00 instead of 0x01. Can you try this value instead?
Mitch Neeld said: hcitool -i hci0 cmd 0x3f 0x106 0x01 0x00 0x01…