ATBTLC1000 programming adapter

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Hi,

does someone know the documentation which list the compatible programming adapter and/or protocol used for programming & debugging of the ATBTLC1000? I am missing also some information how to use the internal BLE software stack in detail. There is an API description but I am missing information about the mapping address, whether the software is in the internal ROM or I have to load it directly, how much RAM/ROM/Flash is required for the stack and so on.
I would like to see some application note how to implement a software on the ATBTLC1000 to get an idea about the complexity and the remaining resources, when using the ATBTLC1000 as stand alone controller.
Does someone has already did this?

Thank you,
Martin Laabs

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BTLC1000 does not have internal flash and the firmware of BLE core resides inside the ROM which can not be changed by the user. As there is no internal flash, the application code can not be written in BTLC1000. It requires host MCU to control the BTLC1000

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Has anyone ever found this document: Atmel-42521-ATBTLC1000-BluSDK-Bluetooth-Low-Energy-API-Software-Development_USERGUIDE.pdf

 

The name was given to me by an Atmel app engineer. I can't find it anywhere.

 

Thanks.

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bpearman wrote:
The name was given to me by an Atmel app engineer

So go back to that "Atmel app engineer" and ask him/her where it is!

 

 

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I have seen this inside the documents folder of ATBTLC1000 BluSDK Release Package (http://www.atmel.com/devices/atb...)

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it was supposed to be here: http://www.atmel.com/Images/Atme...

This link is inside a pdf document for an example design, but apparently the page no longer exists.

 

I found it here, though: http://www.docfoc.com/atmel-4252...

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The ultra low power mode on the atbtlc1000 module is only 1.1 microAmps. Couldn't he just provide a battery to maintain the ram for the life of the product? A CR2023 could probably hold a program in the RAM for at least 15 years.