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@cluckj @alimhassam or other Dexcom G5/G6 users.
I have a another question on the Dexcom G6. This time on the bluetooth protocol.
Does anybody know how much a data a Dexcom G6 transmitter transmits over Bluetooth LE?
Does it only transfer the bloodglucose in a packet every 5 minutes, or does it have a
much shorter advertising interval to let the phone/rig know the transmitter is still there.
According to the Dexcom docs the Dexcom G4 only sends 224 bits per packet, ands sends
4.48ms data every 5 minutes on the 4 2.4Ghz TX-frequencies.
I was wondering about how much data the Dexcom G6 transmits and if it uses a heartbeat.
I can't find any data in the official docs. Does anybody know or has
checked the bluetooth LE traffic of the Dexcom G6?
CGM=G4-goalso should work in this case, but others probably correct me if I'm wrong on that one. The part that has changed is that the ecc1/nightscout now supports Nightscout token based authentication. I tested it, but I wasn't able to test the latest changes of @ecc1 because of my broken G4 transmitter.
getting this message:
./ccprog -p 19,7,36 erase Using pins: DC=19, DD=7, RESET=36 Erasing chip. This code is only tested on CC1110. Unsupported chip id = 0x00. Chip erase failed.
(on a brand new Explorer, as well as an older Explorer.) (how) am I holding it wrong? I’m beginning to suspect the Edison proper. Unless maybe the new Explorer uses a different chip?