Radio Timeslot extension example

An application can use Radio Timeslot extension to create long continuous timeslots that will give the application as much radio time as possible while disturbing the SoftDevice activities as little as possible.

In the first timeslot in Radio Timeslot extension example, the application uses the signal handler return action to request an extension of the timeslot. The extension is granted, and the timeslot is seamlessly prolonged. The second attempt to extend the timeslot fails, as a further extension would cause a collision with a SoftDevice activity that has been scheduled. Therefore, the application makes a new request, of type earliest. This results in a new Radio Timeslot being scheduled immediately after the SoftDevice activity. This new timeslot can be extended a number of times.

Figure 1. Radio Timeslot extension example