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BCCMD(8)		  Linux System Administration		      BCCMD(8)

NAME
       bccmd - Utility for the CSR BCCMD interface

SYNOPSIS
       bccmd
       bccmd [-t <transport>] [-d <device>] <command> [<args>]
       bccmd [-h --help]

DESCRIPTION
       bccmd  issues  BlueCore commands to Cambridge Silicon Radio devices. If
       run without the <command> argument, a short  help  page	will  be  dis‐
       played.

OPTIONS
       -t <transport>
	      Specify the communication transport. Valid options are:

	      HCI    Local device with Host Controller Interface (default).

	      USB    Direct USB connection.

	      BCSP   Blue Core Serial Protocol.

	      H4     H4 serial protocol.

	      3WIRE  3WIRE protocol (not implemented).

       -d <dev>
	      Specify  a  particular  device  to operate on. If not specified,
	      default is the first available  HCI  device  or  /dev/ttyS0  for
	      serial transports.

COMMANDS
       builddef
	      Get build definitions

       keylen <handle>
	      Get current crypt key length

       clock  Get local Bluetooth clock

       rand   Get random number

       chiprev
	      Get chip revision

       buildname
	      Get the full build name

       panicarg
	      Get panic code argument

       faultarg
	      Get fault code argument

       coldreset
	      Perform cold reset

       warmreset
	      Perform warm reset

       disabletx
	      Disable TX on the device

       enabletx
	      Enable TX on the device

       singlechan <channel>
	      Lock radio on specific channel

       hoppingon
	      Revert to channel hopping

       rttxdata1 <decimal freq MHz> <level>
	      TXData1 radio test

       radiotest <decimal freq MHz> <level> <id>
	      Run radio tests, tests 4, 6 and 7 are transmit tests

       memtypes
	      Get memory types

       psget [-r] [-s <stores>] <key>
	      Get value for PS key.  -r sends a warm reset afterwards

       psset [-r] [-s <stores>] <key> <value>
	      Set value for PS key.  -r sends a warm reset afterwards

       psclr [-r] [-s <stores>] <key>
	      Clear value for PS key.  -r sends a warm reset afterwards

       pslist [-r] [-s <stores>]
	      List all PS keys.	 -r sends a warm reset afterwards

       psread [-r] [-s <stores>]
	      Read all PS keys.	 -r sends a warm reset afterwards

       psload [-r] [-s <stores>] <file>
	      Load  all	 PS  keys from PSR file.  -r sends a warm reset after‐
	      wards

       pscheck [-r] [-s <stores>] <file>
	      Check syntax of PSR file.	 -r sends a warm reset afterwards

KEYS
       bdaddr country devclass keymin keymax features commands version	remver
       hciextn	mapsco baudrate hostintf anafreq anaftrim usbvid usbpid dfupid
       bootmode

AUTHORS
       Written by Marcel Holtmann <marcel@holtmann.org>, man page by Adam Lau‐
       rie <adam@algroup.co.uk>

BlueZ				  Jun 20 2006			      BCCMD(8)
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