|@ October 10, 2013 3:30:37 PM CDT ( )|
|@ October 10, 2013 10:11:25 AM CDT ( )|
So we've noticed an issue with the iOS 6.0 simulator … when running some iOS test code, and while trying to connect - disconnect from the target hardware (nRF51822 EVK), the iOS 6.0 simulator will not release the BLE connection for about 60 seconds.
Annoying, but not fatal.
Problem is, I was trying to debug some new nRF51822 firmware yesterday and in the end couldn't tell if it was the BLE firmware or the simulator. Long story short, when running the same iOS code in the iOS 5.1 simulator, we get the expected / correct operation (that being when the iOS code disconnects, the simulator immediately disconnects from the hardware).
My setup is 2011 13.3" 1.8GHz i5 MBA running X.7.5 using Xcode 4.5 with iOS 5.1 and iOS 6.0 simulators installed.
|@ January 9, 2013 10:25:28 AM CST ( )|
Here is one of the nRF51822 EK's in a demo setup … the goal of this hardware stack is to run the EK from a single "AA" style battery. The lower of the 2 boards is a booster (actually 2) based on the Microchip MCP1640. It takes 1.5VDC of the single battery and boosts it up to a little over 2VDC. Current draw ( … on this board … ) when the nRF51822 is "off" is around 20uA; when on it's an average around 2mA. Really like these parts!
|@ December 12, 2012 10:14:43 AM CST ( )|
A big THANK YOU! to M2STech and NIC for getting me these 0402 engineering sample kits.
Lots of resistors! (100 x 150pc)
Lots of capacitors! (40 x 50pcs)
|@ December 11, 2012 1:31:22 PM CST ( )|
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