• KW37_38_39 Minimum BoM Presentation.pdf

    This guide describes the hardware for the KW38 minimum BoM development board. The KW38 Minimum BoM development board is configurable, low-power, and cost-effective evaluation and development board for application prot...
    Christophe Menard
    last modified by Christophe Menard
  • KW37_38_39_Bluetooth LE Range Performance.pdf

    This document provides information on distance measurements depending of the Bluetooth LE data rate (1Mbps, 2Mbps, LR S=2 & LR S=8). The FRDM-KW38 boards are used to perform the measurements.   Results are ...
    Christophe Menard
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  • Writing and Reading Long Characteristic Values - KW36

    IntroductionThe MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) in Bluetooth LE, is an informational parameter that indicates to the remote device, the maximum number of bytes that the local can handle in such channel, for example, t...
  • Creating HCI Custom Commands for KW36

    IntroductionHCI Application is a Host Controller Interface application which provides a serial communication to interface with the KW40/KW41/KW35/KW36/QN9080 BLE radio part. It enables the user to have a way to contro...
  • KW35_36 Bluetooth LE Power Profile Calculator Tool

    This document provides the calculation of the Bluetooth Low Power consumption linked to the setting of the Kinetis.   The Power Profile Calculator is build to provide the power consumption of your application. I...
    Christophe Menard
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  • KW37_38_39 Bluetooth LE Power Profile Calculator Tool

    This document provides the calculation of the Bluetooth Low Power consumption linked to the setting of the Kinetis.   The Power Profile Calculator is build to provide the power consumption of your application. I...
    Christophe Menard
    last modified by Christophe Menard
  • Integrating the OTAP Service into a Bluetooth LE Peripheral Device - KW36

    Hello everyone,   Over The Air Programming (OTAP) NXP's custom Bluetooth LE service provides the developer a solution to upgrade the software that the MCU contains. It removes the need for cables and a physical ...
  • KW38 KW39 KW37 Hardware board PCB design in check list

    In addition of the Design Guideline, PCB hardware package find here the design in check list to build sucessfully your own PCB
    Matthieu Baudry
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  • Low Power Support on OTAP Client Software

    IntroductionThis document is to guide how to modify the OTAP Client software to the Low Power module. The starting point of this document is the OTAP Client example in the FRDM-KW36 SDK v2.2.2. Deep Sleep Modes This ...
  • Hardware Design Guidelines for MKW36A512VFT4

    IntroductionThis document describes the hardware considerations for the schematic and layout of the MKW36A512VFT4 device. This MCU is packaged into a 48-pin HVQFN - 7x7 mm, dissimilar to MKW36Z512VHT4 which comes...
  • KW37_38_39 DCDC converter.pdf

    This application note describes the usage of the DC-DC Switching Mode Power Supply (SMPS) converter for the MKW39A/38A/37A/38Z/37Z families. This document covers operating voltages, types of circuit operation, hardwar...
    Christophe Menard
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  • Creating an OTAP Software Update Basing on Driver Examples for KW36

    IntroductionOver The Air Programming is a custom Bluetooth LE service intended to update the software running on the device, removing the need of cables and a physical link. The following post: Reprogramming a KW...
  • Enabling Out Of Band Pairing on a Bluetooth LE Central and Peripheral KW36

    IntroductionWhen a Bluetooth LE Central and Peripheral devices are in connection, data within the payload can be encrypted. Encryption of the channel can be achieved through pairing with others. Once the communication...
  • NXP Tech Session - Democratizing the Establishment of Secure Connections

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    Ethan Fernandes
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  • JN5169 EVM and PER validation with Non Signaling Test Using IQxel-MW

           This document will address the JN5169 CMET setup and JN5169 connection setup with IQxel-MW. We also show the EVM and packet error rate results.
    Jason Chiang
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  • Software Migration Guide from MKW36Z512VHT4 to MKW36A512VFT4

    Introduction This post guides you on migrating from MKW36Z512VHT4 to MKW36A512VFT4 MCUs. This example will make use of the "beacon" SDK example. SDK Download and Install 1- Go to MCUXpresso web page: MCUXpresso W...
  • QN9090 validation with  Non Signaling Test Using IQxel-MW

    Customer is designing QN9090 module. They have IQxel non-signaling equipment and ask if QN9090 can be tested with IQxel-MW. We co-work with ACE Solution Taiwan Co.Ltd. to Integrate QN9090 and IQxel to perform 1M ...
    Jason Chiang
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  • Reprogramming a KW36 device using the OTAP Client Software

    Introduction This document guides to load a new software image in a KW36 device through OTAP (Over The Air Programming) bootloader focusing on the various memory features supported by this device. Software Requirement...
  • Creating an OTAP Image Preserving the Memory Content for KW36

    IntroductionWhen a software update is requested by an OTAP Client (a device that receives a software update, commonly Bluetooth LE Peripheral) from the OTAP Server (a device that sends a software update, commonly Blue...
  • QN9080 PCB RF validation with Non Signaling Test Using MT8872

           My customer asks if QN9080 can be tested with MT887x. We co-work with Anritsu Taiwan to integrate QN9080 and MT887x to perform 1M bps, 2M bps and Frame error rate test. This docume...
    Jason Chiang
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