•UART connection through UART Pinout or USB via FTDI chip (1Mb/s)
•Stereo Line-In, Mic-In and Stereo out
•Pins brought out for I2S, PCM/I2S, UART, I2C and GPIOs
•Can be upgraded with latest Melody firmware
A brief demonstration of sending and receiving data using the Melody Classic Application on an Android device with BC127.
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A brief demonstration of sending and receiving data using the Melody Classic Application on an iOS device with BC127.
A brief demonstration of sending and receiving data using the MelodySmart Application on an Android device with BC127.
A brief demonstration of sending and receiving data using the MelodySmart Application on an iOS device with BC127.
A brief demonstration of the toggle VR functionality using BC127 on an iOS and Android device.
A brief demo showing the new dual A2DP feature using BC127 with the latest Melody firmware.
A demo of the high performance of BC127 using True Wireless and the delay measurement using Picoscope Oscilloscope.
Melody Audio Proximity demo using two BC127 Development Kits and an iOS device.
Since the BC127 can transfer data over IAP at high speeds, we did a demo showing Audio being transfered from the BC127 to the iPhone using the IAP data link which we thought was quite cool. The Audio is uncompressed 16Khz/16bit in this example. The Wave file is sent to the UART of the BC127 which then sends it via Bluetooth to the iPhone.
A demonstration showing the high speed throughput over iAP2 using a BC127 module. A speed of about 740kbit/s is achieved from the BC127 to the iOS device and a speed of about 550kbit/s is achieved from the iOS device to the BC127.
A brief demonstration showing I2S setup and testing using a BC127 Development Board running Melody and Texas Instruments TLV320AIC33 EVM Board.
A brief demonstration of audio routing using BC127 in Melody 5.7 RC7.
A brief demonstration explaining and showing how to send remote commands over BLE using BC127.
Demo showing how to send commands over USB using the BC127 module.
Demonstration video explaining how to create a mutli connection between two Bluetooth enabled smartphones and one BC127 module.
An introductory guide showing the initial set up of the BC127 Discovery Kit. This guide shows an unboxing of the BC127 Discovery Kit as well as how to create an initial connection using the Discovery Board, Melody firmware and a Smartphone to play audio.
This demo shows how to connect a BC127 as a keyboard to a keyboard or any HID device to a BC127 module and receive HID reports. Note that HID works simultaniously with all other BC127 functionality (Multi-connection, Audio, Bluetooth Low energy).
This Tutorial is to show a True Wireless Connection and a remote control controlling the speakers.
This demo is to show the BC127 behaving as an iBeacon. this feature works with all the other features simultaneously such as music, call and Phone book access.
This video quality is poor but this is a tutorial to show how multi-connection works and one can switch from one phone call to another using the HFP connection.
This demo is to show how to switch Audio streams between multiple connected devices. So one can chose which Audio to play from the module.
This short video is to help developers using Melody 5.2 and above to set-up a wireless connection between BC127-DEVKIT or BC127-DISKIT. It shows which UART configurations and commands to use.
This is a demo that shows the BC127 with low latency Audio. Two BC127 development boards are connected and one is streaming Audio to the other one using aptX-Low Latency. The latency measured is 40ms.
This Demo is showing 2 x BC127 with a wireless connection and acting as synchronised left and right speakers. This technology in included in BC127 and is also sometimes called True Wireless Stereo.
Android has released Bluetooth Low Energy with Android 4.3 . So we have here a demo of BC127 connecting to a Nexus 4.0 with Android 4.3 over Bluetooth Low Energy, this is working with BlueCreation Android Melody Smart application available at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bluecreation.melodysmartandroid
This video is to show how BC127 can access the text messages (SMS) that the iOS device receives . This is done using the MAP profile (Messaging Access Profile).
This video is to show how to use the BlueCreation DFU tool to upgrade Melody software on a Diskit-001. the same procedure can be used to upgrade any module on a PCB while having the UART connected or to upgrade a dev-kit .
This is a short demo showing how to use the BC127 to connect to a PC via Bluetooth using the Serial Protocol Profile (SPP). This shows how to search for Bluetooth Devices on the PC, find the BC127 and establish a connection.
This small demo is the discovery board connecting to another BC127 discovery board and streaming music. A very simple way to use BC127 to create a wireless Audio link.
This video shows how to connect to an iPhone application using the BC127 with the BC127-DEVKIT001. The iPhone application can then send/receive text via Bluetooth Low Energy to the module and the module UART interface.
This video shows the setting up of the BC127-DEVKIT001. You can see how the USB enumerates as a COM port and how to communicate using the PC via that COM port and send commands
This video uses a BC127-DEVKIT001 and shows how to connect to an Android Phone application. You will be able to send and receive Data from the application and receive them via the UART on the BC127 module