I am new to the Arduino world and have jumped in full-tilt to an Arduino101 BLE implementation.
After receiving my Arduino101 in the mail last week, I have gone through all the CurieBLE examples. I have my Arduino101 communicating via BLE with the nRF Toolbox UART on my iPhone.
I find the documentation of RX and TX BLE characteristics and attributes extremely lacking. Making for significant trial and error. I can determine the length of input received from iPhone and extract a single character.
Can someone point me to an example that shows the Arduino101 code that implements rx and tx characteristics and the associated attributes that are:
1) Required for UART interactions (e.g. the nRF appears to check for 'required' characteristics); 2) Available for use (e.g. I'd like to read a string of UART input). 3) I'd like to send some data from the Arduino to my phone.