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Bluetooth Macros
Bluetooth
Macros
Macro 
Description 
This is the attribute MTU and it is the maximum number of bytes that a single read and write operation can transmit. If the characteristic is more than 23 bytes, then offset must be used in onRead() and onWrite(). 
This is the address size of a Bluetooth 4.0 device. 
The bit position in LGATT_CHAR_PROPERTIES that represents the broadcast. 
The bit position in LGATT_CHAR_PROPERTIES that represents the extension. 
The bit position in LGATT_CHAR_PROPERTIES that represents the Indicate. 
The bit position in LGATT_CHAR_PROPERTIES that represents the Notify. 
The bit position in LGATT_CHAR_PROPERTIES that represents the Read. 
The bit position in LGATT_CHAR_PROPERTIES that represents the Signed Write. 
The bit position in LGATT_CHAR_PROPERTIES that represents the Write. 
The bit position in LGATT_CHAR_PROPERTIES that represents the "Write Without Response". 
The bit 0. 
The bit 2. 
The bit 1. 
The bit 3. 
The bit 5. 
The bit 4. 
The bit 6. 
The bit 7. 
You can use the LGATTServer singleton to access GATT server's functionality. 
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