The DA14683 is running in PRIVATE_CNTL mode (privacy 1.2). We are planning on using the PLT for production programming and testing.
I understand that there are some requirements for specific bit configurations for BLE addresses in some modes, such as: Top two bits set for PRIVATE_STATIC_ADDRESS
I DO NOT want to burn an address into OTP and later find out that it is not valid.
1) If we are using PRIVATE_CNTL (privacy 1.2), when using the PLT to assign the BLE address, what requirements are there for the address that the PLT assigns? Do any specific bits need to be set? Said another way, what range of addresses are valid for PRIVATE_CNTL mode operation?
Nathan.L.Cook said:1) Does the PLT input for the BD Address have MSB on the left or LSB on the left?
I confirm it and the correct answer is : MSB on the left and LSB on the right
To be even more specific about my questions using the above two references:
The PLT documentation has the BLE address starting at 00:00:00:00:00:01, but the forum ticket states that the address needs to have the top two MSB set (at least 0xC0). With PRIVATE_CNTL (privacy 1.2), do these or any other BLE Address requirements apply?