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* Advertisement monitor interface in bluetoothctl plan
@ 2020-07-24  5:41 Yun-hao Chung
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From: Yun-hao Chung @ 2020-07-24  5:41 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Bluez mailing list, Luiz Augusto von Dentz; +Cc: Miao-chen Chou, Manish Mandlik

Hi linux-bluetooth,

We plan to implement the advertisement monitor interface in
bluetoothctl, here is the plan.

All the commands will be put under a new sub menu 'advertisement monitor'.
New commands:
add-pattern-monitor <monitor_id> <type_of_monitor> <list-of-patterns>
<high-RSSI> <high-RSSI-timeout> <low-RSSI> <low-RSSI-timeout>
              //where the structure of a pattern: (start_position,
AD_data_type, content)
remove-pattern-monitor <monitor_id>
list-pattern-monitors                     //list all monitors with
their id and attributes
get-supported-feature                  //get SupportedMonitorTypes and
SupportedFeatures in

What do you think about this plan?


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