Hi, I was wondering if anyone knew the maximum number of BLE signals can be scanned?
I have modified the BLEscan example code to send scan data over I2C to a Raspberry Pi. This requires me to know the largest size buffer needed to store this data and send over I2C. I have looked at several of the source code files hoping to find a macro defined for the maximum number of BLE signals that can be obtained per scan but haven’t yet. My research led me to
gap_scan.h which lists the function
T_GAP_CAUSE le_scan_start(void), however I am unable to find the files that implements this function.
I am looking for something similar to
WL_NETWORKS_LIST_MAXNUM listed in
wl_definitions.h. It may be the case that there isn’t a macro defined but I would like to know what the worst case scenario would be for transmitting data so I can allocate my buffer properly.