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RE: [bluetooth-dev] GAP Testing
The N=256 is a baseband parameter which says how many times an inquiry train
is repeated before a new one is used; it is handled by the baseband
controller. See Part B section 10.7.3 for more information on this.
In a nutshell, it has no bearing on upper stack (i.e. above HCI) inquiry
commands and events, which I presume is what you are doing. In other words,
just do the inquiry once and collect the results.
Hope this helps.
Robert Cragie, Design Engineer
Direct: +44 (0) 114 281 4512
Jennic Ltd, Furnival Street, Sheffield, S1 4QT, UK
www.jennic.com Tel: +44 (0) 114 281 2655
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> I am currently testing our Generic Access Profile and we are unsure as to
> the meaning of 'Every inquiry train is repeated for N=256 times'.
> Does this
> mean that we have to inquire 256 times and provide a record of
> each of these
> 256 inquiries? Or is there some other meaning?
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