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// Copyright 2019 The Fuchsia Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
library fuchsia.bluetooth.le;
using fuchsia.bluetooth as bt;
/// Entry in the `service_data` field of a [`fuchsia.bluetooth.le/AdvertisingData`].
struct ServiceData {
bt.Uuid uuid;
bytes data;
/// Entry in the `manufacturer_data` field of a [`fuchsia.bluetooth.le/AdvertisingData`].
struct ManufacturerData {
uint16 company_id;
bytes data;
/// Represents advertising and scan response data that are transmitted by a LE peripheral or
/// broadcaster.
table AdvertisingData {
/// Long or short name of the device.
1: string name;
/// The appearance of the device.
2: bt.Appearance appearance;
/// The radio transmit power level reported by an advertising peer. This field is disallowed
/// when used with the Peripheral API.
3: int8 tx_power_level;
/// Service UUIDs.
4: vector<bt.Uuid> service_uuids;
/// Service data entries.
5: vector<ServiceData> service_data;
/// Manufacturer-specific data entries.
6: vector<ManufacturerData> manufacturer_data;
/// String representing a URI to be advertised, as defined in [IETF STD 66](
/// Each entry should be a UTF-8 string including the scheme. For more information, see:
/// - for allowed schemes;
/// -
/// for code-points used by the system to compress the scheme to save space in the payload.
7: vector<string> uris;