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The purpose of this tutorial is to expound my notes on the studies I have done on the use of nRF51, but also serve for the nRF52, and thus share with the beginner as I of the Portuguese language. This tutorial is continuity in the [previous tutorial] (https://devzone.nordicsemi.com/blogs/1193/configuring-the-eclipse-oxygen-for-development/).The SDK 10 is chosen because there is still the S110 version of SoftDevice for the nRF51.If you find any errors, be sure to let me know, because they are annotations m...

This tutorial aims to help Portuguese language beginners, like me, with the nRF5x family and who chose to use Eclipse as a development tool.The tutorial will be very simple and we will use the Eclipse Oxygen and the GNU MCU Plugin, in addition to GCC 6.There will also be separate tutorials for each step, in this will be the only configuration of Eclipse for use of the Tools and soon thereafter will create another showing how to create a project using one of the examples, and finally a third demonstrating ...

Hi,Using Git and choosing the right workflow is essential when you want to implement DevOps practices as part of your SW development. When it comes to embedded SW things start to get a bit rough. Take a look at the blog post below to learn how to use Git-Flow for embedded development and what kind of tests to apply for each commit, merge, etc. Note that it's based on what we are doing at Jumper when we are building our virtual lab, so you might need to tweak it a bit.https://medium.com/jumperiot/how-to-us...

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Hi ,I would like to know about Bluetooth 5 compatibility with smart phones having Bluetooth 4.xThe observation is- a)the android application scanning for BLE device finds the device with Bluetooth 4.2 faster where as app is taking long time to find Bluetooth 5 device visibility. b)Bluetooth 5- We have the default advertising interval of 40ms- then we are suppose to get atleast 10+ callbacks in a sec(as it broadcasts 25 adv packets per second). But android is not getting even a single callback for seconds ...

this issue might also be one of others than myselfmy main development environment is based on linux ... firmware, QT, android and whatever comes along ... i used to write firmware starting with the 8085, z80, 68k and for the last 10 years on arm from mostly nxp, so i'm pretty familiar with eclipse (lpcxpresso flavor) as well as keil and iar while working at nxp a while back ... i see no reason to try the keil light ide and later overrunning the 32k boundary and facing to cough up 5 grand for the real lice...

Hi all,I have a use case where I have about 40 buttons that can be pressed anytime. I need know when these buttons are pressed on multiple receivers devices. So every receiver device needs to know the status of all 40 buttons. It does not have to report immediately. I can have a delay of up to 1 second.For the buttons, I am thinking of two possibilities:1. Using a non-connectable peripheral that broadcast for 5 seconds whenever the button is pressed. After 5 seconds it stops broadcasting and goes to sleep...