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Force BLE-Radio to sleep over connection interval

Question asked by cmu on Aug 12, 2016
Latest reply on Aug 17, 2016 by cmu



I'm using the FRDM-KW40Z Freedom Board with with the Connectivity Framework, running on FreeRTOS. I was able to set the following connection parameters:

Connection Interval: 50-100ms

Slave Latency: 20

Supervision Timeout Multiplier: 1600

Now whenever a new BLE-Package arrives, the BLE Controller etc. are woken up, which can - depending on the number of messages from the server - consume a lot of power. Is there a way to force the controller and host task to sleep, for example for 500ms? This should not interfere with an active connection, as it is within the defined slave latency.


Thanks for your help!


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