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STM32CubeWB Bluetooth® LE MCU Package
Click here for Bluetooth® Low Energy Overview
The STM32CubeWB MCU Package provides software components running on STM32WB Series MCUs.
For all examples provided with the package, the following integrated development environments are supported:
- STMicroelectronics integrated development environment for STM32 products (STM32CubeIDE)
- IAR Systems® IAR Embedded Workbench® for Arm® (EWARM)
- Keil® Microcontroller Development Kit (MDK-ARM)
The Firmware Package for the STM32WB series is also available on STM32CubeWB github.
2 STM32WB Bluetooth® LE software architecture
The STM32WB Bluetooth® low energy architecture separates the Bluetooth® Low Energy Profile and application, running on the application Cortex®-M4, from the Bluetooth® low energy real-time aspects residing in the Bluetooth® Low Energy Peripheral.
The Bluetooth® Low Energy peripheral incorporates a Cortex®-M0+ processor containing the Bluetooth® Low Energy STACK handling the link layer up to the generic attribute profile and generic access profile layers.
More information regarding the Bluetooth® LE Wireless Stack configuration
|STM32WB Bluetooth® LE architecture|
Regarding the Bluetooth® LE software architecture more information is available in the application note Building wireless applications with STM32WB Series microcontrollers.
3 STM32WB Bluetooth® LE application
The following Bluetooth® LE applications are delivered as source code.
|Bluetooth® LE SIG||BLE_Beacon||Application advertising different types of beacon: ibeacon, eddystone (tlm, uuid, url)|
|BLE_BloodPressure||Application supporting the Blood Pressure Sensor as specified by the Bluetooth® SIG|
|BLE_HealthThermometer||Application supporting the Health Thermometer Sensor as specified by the Bluetooth® SIG|
|BLE_HeartRate||Application supporting the Heart Rate Sensor as specified by the Bluetooth® SIG|
|BLE_HeartRate_ThreadX||Application supporting the Heart Rate Sensor with ThreadX implementation|
|BLE_Hid||Application supporting the Human Interface Device services for mouse and keyboard as specified by the Bluetooth® SIG|
|BLE_Proximity||Application supporting the Find Me and Proximity Services as specified by the Bluetooth® SIG|
|Bluetooth® LE ST proprietary||BLE_AT_Server||ST proprietary application to use the the STM32WB as a network processor via AT command|
|BLE_CableReplacement||ST proprietary application to simulate the previous Bluetooth® protocol "Serial Port Profile"|
|BLE_DataThroughput||ST proprietary application to measure data throughput between 2 STM32WB or with the dedicated ST Bluetooth® LE toolbox smartphone application (Android and IOS)|
|BLE_Ota||ST proprietary application to upgrade the STM32WB CM4 application or the secure flash CM0+ wireless stack or FUS|
|BLE_p2pServer||Simple ST proprietary application to use the STM32WB as a Peripheral and GATT Server|
|BLE_p2pClient||Simple ST proprietary application to use the STM32WB as a Central and GATT Client|
|BLE_p2pServer_Ext||Application to configure up to 8 advertising extended sets|
|BLE_p2pClient_Ext||Application to scan the extended advertising frames with extended API’s|
|BLE_p2pRouter||ST proprietary application to use the STM32WB as a Central & Peripheral and GATT Client & Server with multi link connection|
|BLE_Peripheral_Lite||Simple ST proprietary application to use the STM32WB as a peripheral and GATT server with minimum activated features (no low power manager, no task sequencer, no timer server, and so on)|
|BLE_RfWithFlash||Simple ST proprietary application to use the STM32WB P2P server with write and erase access to the flash|
|BLE_TransparentMode||ST proprietary application to support the Direct Test Mode for RF certification. Standard host controller interface (HCI) and application (vendor) controller interface (ACI) can be sent by means of STM32CubeMonitor-RF|
|BLE_Sensor||ST proprietary application to demonstrate capabilities of STM32WB5MM Discovery Kit with the use of board sensors|
|Bluetooth® LE Mesh||Mesh Lighting Proxy Relay Friend Node||Bluetooth® LE Mesh Lighting profile as specified by the Bluetooth® SIG supporting Proxy-Relay-Friend Node with the capacity to handle a friendship with a Low Power Node|
|Mesh Lighting Low Power Node||Bluetooth® LE Mesh Lighting profile as specified by the Bluetooth® SIG supporting Low Power Node with the capacity to be associated to a Friend Node for friendship|
|Mesh Lighting Embedded Provisioner||Bluetooth® LE Mesh Lighting profile supporting ST Proprietary Embedded provisioner with the capacity of creating MESH network from unprovisionned nodes, such as Proxy-Relay-Friend nodes or Low Power nodes|
4 Going further based on available application
|Bluetooth® LE Feature||Fast FUOTA||Explanation to support fast firmware upgrade over-the-air|
|Additional Beaconing||Explanation to implement an additional beacon|
|Advertising Extension||Explanation to implement the extended advertising feature|
|Bluetooth® LE Mesh||Mesh Sensor Model Client Server example||Explanation and concept regarding the Mesh Sensor Model client requesting information from the sensor model server|
|Mesh Vendor Model example||Explanation and concept regarding the ST proprietary mesh vendor model|
|Others||Bluetooth® LE & Arduino||Explanation and concept regarding the Bluetooth® LE P2P application done with Arduino framework|