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Cambridge Consultants has released a version of its embedded Bluetooth application development toolkit, xIDE for Interface Express.

The software enables developers to create multi-profile Bluetooth 2.1 qualified products and accessories.

xIDE runs natively on a single Bluecore chip from CSR (Cambridge Silicon Radio), so developers get access to more performance and more memory to support multi-profile applications without the need for a host processor.

This software development environment provides developers with a set of Bluetooth profiles and a complete protocol stack to develop and integrate their own applications directly on to the CSR Bluecore chip.

Supporting Bluecore4 and Bluecore5 Multimedia devices, it also provides an application support library that includes MMI widgets for menus and icons, colour and monochrome display drivers, keypad scanner functionality, access to the USB port and an interface to on-chip Kalimba DSP for audio processing and codecs, as well as other signal-processing functions.

The software provides a complete project environment for editing, fast compilation (using a GCC tool chain) and build and debug from a single tool, creating easier and faster development cycles.

The compiler provides enhanced on-chip debug capabilities compared with the previous toolkit.

The toolkit also retains its support for prototyping and debugging application software in a PC environment.

Telephony, printer and storage devices including the Sony Ericsson Media-viewer, Planon’s Printstik pocket printer and Chipcomm’s CTP access point technology.

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