pub enum HciEmulatorRequest {
    Publish {
        settings: EmulatorSettings,
        responder: HciEmulatorPublishResponder,
    },
    AddLowEnergyPeer {
        parameters: LowEnergyPeerParameters,
        peer: ServerEnd<PeerMarker>,
        responder: HciEmulatorAddLowEnergyPeerResponder,
    },
    AddBredrPeer {
        parameters: BredrPeerParameters,
        peer: ServerEnd<PeerMarker>,
        responder: HciEmulatorAddBredrPeerResponder,
    },
    WatchControllerParameters {
        responder: HciEmulatorWatchControllerParametersResponder,
    },
    WatchLeScanStates {
        responder: HciEmulatorWatchLeScanStatesResponder,
    },
    WatchLegacyAdvertisingStates {
        responder: HciEmulatorWatchLegacyAdvertisingStatesResponder,
    },
}
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Protocol used to emulate a Bluetooth controller that supports the standard Bluetooth HCI.

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Publish

Publish a bt-hci device using the provided settings. Each HciEmulator instance can only manage a single bt-hci device. Returns Emulator.HCI_ALREADY_PUBLISHED if the device has already been published.

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AddLowEnergyPeer

Inserts a new LE peer device to be emulated by this controller. Once registered, the state of the fake peer can be driven and observed using the peer handle.

A reply will be sent to acknowledge the creation of the fake peer. If a peer cannot be initialized (e.g. due to a missing required field in parameters or for containing an address that is already emulated) the peer handle will be closed and an error reply will be sent.

The peer will appear in advertising reports and respond to requests according to its configuration as long as the peer channel is open. The emulator stops emulating this peer when the channel gets closed, which makes it no longer discoverable and not respond to any requests.

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AddBredrPeer

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§peer: ServerEnd<PeerMarker>

Inserts a new BR/EDR peer device to be emulated by this controller. Once registered, the state of the fake peer can be driven and observed using the peer handle.

A reply will be sent to acknowledge the creation of the fake peer. If a peer cannot be initialized (e.g. due to a missing required field in parameters or for containing an address that is already emulated) the peer handle will be closed and an error reply will be sent.

The peer will appear in inquiry results and respond to requests according to its configuration as long as the peer channel is open. The emulator stops emulating this peer when the channel gets closed, which makes it no longer discoverable and not respond to any requests.

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WatchControllerParameters

Returns the current controller parameter state. If the parameters have not changed since the last time this message was received, then this method does not return until there is a change. (see hanging get pattern)

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WatchLeScanStates

Returns the most recent set of state transitions for the link layer LE scan procedure. This method returns when there has been a state change since the last invocation of this method by this client.

Multiple calls to this method can be outstanding at a given time. All calls will resolve in a response as soon as there is a change to the scan state. (see hanging get pattern)

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WatchLegacyAdvertisingStates

Returns the most recent set of state transitions for the link layer LE legacy advertising procedure. This method returns when there has been a state change since the last invocation of this method by this client.

Only one call to this method can be outstanding at a given time. The [fuchsia.bluetooth.test/HciEmulator] channel will be closed if a call received when one is already pending. (see hanging get pattern)

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