An embedded protocol stack development platform has been unleashed for Bluetooth designs. The platform features a generic lower stack interface, documentation, and development boards. Developers can then embed their own upper layer protocol stack and applications directly onto the company's ARM7-based baseband controller. The platform includes a set of APIs and associated documentation that give access to kernel resources, GPIOs, audio controls, a UART interface, serial memory access, and other on-chip resources.
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