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RE: [bluetooth-dev] MaxTransmitPower (hci_read_power_transmit_level)..!



Hello,

It's defined in the BT specifications, (HCI specification). Type is 
0x00: Read current transmit power level
0x01: Read Max Transmit power level
0x02-0xff: Reserved

Regards,

Anders

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-bluetooth-dev On Behalf Of axis
> Sent: den 21 november 2003 13:24
> To: Bluetooth-dev
> Subject: [bluetooth-dev] MaxTransmitPower
> (hci_read_power_transmit_level)..!
> 
> 
> Sir,
>      As told,I changed the bt.conf file to set the Max
> power transmited by the access point and restarted my
> stack.As the power levels by CSR are between 1-7 ,I
> tried with 1 and 7,but there was no difference in the
> connection.
>      As my device moved away from my AP,I was able to
> remain connected even when Iam more than 10 meters
> from AP(in both cases).Is my input correct.I added the
> bt.conf at the end of this mail.
>      To confirm this I want to use the following
> function in hci.c ,but what is the second parameter
> "type" ??  What is this value.
>     s32 hci_read_power_transmit_level(u32 con_hdl,
> unsigned char type)
>     Hope to hear from you regarding this.
> 
> #
> # Common bluetooth parameter definitions
> #
>                                                       
>                          
> [BT]
> string DeviceName "Axis Developer Board"
> yes_no AddIP yes
> yes_no AddHostName no
> yes_no ForceMSSwitch yes
> int MaxBTConnections 7
> int MaxTransmitPower 7
>    
> 
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