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How might I implement a custom service using nRF51822-mkit?

I'm aware of the examples that use existing services such as the Battery Level Service, and Heart Rate Service.

Is there an example or reference that demonstrates how to implement a custom service?

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The nRF51822-mKIT is a low cost ARM mbed enabled development board for Bluetooth® Smart designs with the nRF51822 SoC. The kit gives access to all GPIO pins via pin headers ...

Hi Phil, don't know if your still looking for an answer but I've just written this on building custom services - if you've gone further with this let me know your thoughts on what I've written.

posted by Peter Birch 13 Jul 2014

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4 years, 11 months ago.

Hello Peter,

i am very interested in the example... but unfortunately the link is not working.

can you please reupload it.

Hi Thomas, sorry we just moved our blog to the example is a tiny bit out of date but the majority of it works, I'll see if I can update it today.

posted by Peter Birch 25 Sep 2014
4 years, 11 months ago.

You may also have a look at the tutorials here, where different custom services and characteristics are used: