Csr Bluesuite

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Overview

CSR USB-SPI debugger is a real USB interface, much faster than the parallel port, which solves the trouble of the computer without the parallel port user. CSR USB-SPI supports CSR full range of debugging tools, including BlueFlash, PSTOOL, BlueTest3, BlueLab and so on. BlueSuite Pro3 is a powerful software package designed for use with the MT8852B Bluetooth Test Set. BlueSuite Pro3 allows you to:- Configure the instrument and establish a GPIB connection with the MT8852B. 2 View EUT packets through the display of frequency deviation, power burst profile, IQ constellation, and vector graphs.

Hardware Development Kit

Csr Bluesuite 2.5.0

Offers a compact pcb with peripherals to demonstrate proximity tag operation.
Part Number: DK-CSR1010-10136
Offers a pin header with full access to the CSR1011™ IO enabling easy prototyping and interface to external devices.
Part Number: DK-CSR1011-10138
The Bluetooth® Low Energy Starter Development Kit provides a complete set of tools for the development of Qualcomm Bluetooth® Low Energy IC products.

Software Development Kit

Reference Design

  • CSR1012 reference design manufacturing pack
  • CSR1011 reference design manufacturing pack
  • CSR1010 reference design manufacturing pack

Example Designs

  • Keyboard Example Design
  • Laser Mouse Example Design
  • Running Shoe Example Design

Csr8510 A10 Bluetooth Not Working

Source Code

  • iOS libraries & example code
  • Android App Source Code
Bluetooth HID, using a $3 HC-05 bluetooth module plus a $2 FTDI FT232RL programmer.
In this quick guide, I will merely outline my own convenient version of the CSR SPI programmer. Along with an easy to follow connection diagram.
This is made possible entirely due to this project on github and other contributors.
If you have arrived at this page with some confusion, please refer to the following links.
HC-05 Bluetooth Gamepad (without LPT programmer)
DownloadFirmware for cheap bluetooth modules
Bluetooth HID GamepadCsr
CsrProof of Concept
Clear as mud! Connection diagram.

A quick release programming lead, using a right angle header, so the FTDI is not tied to one job :)

The FTDI FT232RL's VCC can not produce the 50mA required by the HC-05 module.
The contact labeled 5V... is connected directly to the USB power, this gives us all the current we need. Both modules also need to share the same common ground, for the programming to be successful.

A 1.5mm SMD header socket makes the perfect interface with the castellated contacts on the HC-05 module. (Only four contacts are required for programming)

Quick, repeatable programming with the help of a mini spring clamp
Csr bluesuite 2.5 download