Pattern that matches an unknown
Pattern that matches an unknown
A generic attribute, used for protocol information;
A Stream of incoming requests for AudioDirectionExt
A Stream of incoming requests for AudioOffloadController
A Stream of incoming requests for AudioOffloadExt
A channel opened to a peer.
Used to specify preferred L2CAP channel parameters.
A Stream of incoming requests for ConnectionReceiver
Human-readable information about a service. Strings are encoded in UTF-8. See Bluetooth Specification v5.2 Vol 3, Part B, Sections 5.1.15 through 5.1.17
The parameters associated with a connection over the L2CAP protocol.
A Stream of incoming requests for L2capParametersExt
A Stream of incoming requests for MockPeer
A Stream of incoming requests for PeerObserver
A description of a profile that this service conforms to. See Bluetooth Specification v5.2 Vol 3, Part B, Section 5.1.11
A Stream of incoming requests for Profile
A Stream of incoming requests for ProfileTest
Identifies a communications protocol along with protocol-specific parameters. Usually used to describe a protocol endpoint in a ProtocolDescriptorList
The parameters associated with a connection over the RFCOMM protocol.
A Stream of incoming requests for ScoConnectionReceiver
A Stream of incoming requests for ScoConnection
A Stream of incoming requests for SearchResults
Authentication and permission requirements to access an advertised service.
Definition for a service that is to be advertised as available via Bluetooth BR/EDR.
A2DP packet priority used in
NORMALshould be used whenever audio is not streaming, and
SINKshould match the direction audio is being streamed.
Audio Priority Direction extension. Used to put the channel in a mode where A2DP packets are prioritized over other packets in the source or sink direction.
Protocol representing the controller actively encoding offloaded audio to or from this channel. Closing the protocol will stop the encoding, which can also be done usgin the Stop() if synchronization is required. If the controller fails to start audio offloading, an epitaph will be sent when this is closed.
Audio Offload Extension. Used to retrieve offloading capability and supported features.
Audio offload features used in
Used to specify preferred and accepted L2CAP channel modes. If the peer rejects a non-BASIC mode, the Bluetooth system will attempt to open the channel in BASIC mode instead. For a description of each mode, see Bluetooth Spec v5.2, Vol 3, Part A, Sec 2.4.
The coding format used for synchronous connection data.
The channel and relevant parameters for a connection.
Represents a service which is registered by this profile. Closing this protocol will remove the service registration.
A DataElement is one element in a SDP record. SDP attributes and other parameters are expresssed in DataElements.
Indicates the audio transport that should be used for the data on a synchronous connection.
Codec parameter sets defined in the Hands-Free Profile specification (v1.8, section 5.7).
L2CAP Parameters Extension. Used to configure L2CAP channel parameters on an open channel.
MockPeerprovides an interface for managing the lifetime of a mock peer in the piconet. Dropping
MockPeerwill unregister the peer from the Profile Test Server database.
PeerObserverprovides the integration test client with a way to validate the behavior of a peer in the piconet. Dropping
PeerObserverwill stop any subsequent updates for the peer.
Service provides Bluetooth BR/EDR profiles a way to register a service definition, making a profile discoverable by peers. Registered services can receive L2CAP connections made to the advertised records, and can open new connections on peers.
ProfileTestinterface should be used to validate behavior of Bluetooth Profiles that use the [
Defined Protocol Identifiers for the Protocol Descriptor We intentionally omit deprecated profile identifiers. From Bluetooth Assigned Numbers: https://www.bluetooth.com/specifications/assigned-numbers/service-discovery
Inbound SCO data has a RxPacketStatus that indicates possible data loss or corruption.
Represents an active synchronous connection request by a profile. Either
Error()will be called and then server will close the protocol.
Represents an active search which can produce results when peers are connected. Closing this protocol will result in the associated search not being performed on new connected peers.
Identifiers that are valid for Bluetooth Classes / Profiles. We intentionally omit classes and profile IDs that are unsupported, deprecated, or reserved for use by Fuchsia Bluetooth. These numbers are sourced from the Bluetooth Assigned Numbers for SDP. https://www.bluetooth.com/specifications/assigned-numbers/service-discovery
Universal attribute IDs. From the Bluetooth Specification v5.2, Vol 3, Part B
Maximum additional attributes as defined by the spec. All attributes must be above 0x0200 per the Bluetooth Specfication, Ver 5.2 Vol 3, Part B, Section 5
Maximum number of attributes returned or allowed in a search request.
Maximum number of languages that are supported by SDP at the moment.
The maximum length that a sequence or set of alternatives supported in a DataElement list. If a list is provided that is longer than this from a peer, it is truncated.
Maximum service records that can be advertised at once.
Maximum length of a string that is alowed in a DataElement. If a DataElement string longer than this is sent by a peer it will be truncated.
Defined PSMs from the Bluetooth Assigned Numbers https://www.bluetooth.com/specifications/assigned-numbers/logical-link-control Used in DataElement as protocol parameters for L2CAP.