Can't get logs to work and compile successfully.

Been stuck for a few days on error related to logging. Have tried SDK 15.0 to 15.3 and get same error. Have deadline tomorrow and can't work on code. Ran out of ideas.  Seems to be related to macros expansion but not sure of anything anymore. Is Segger SES 4.12. 

Original problem occurred when I tried to enable logging. Logging had worked in the past so not sure what happened. Was stuck in cycle where when logging was enabled, during link phase there was an error that m_nrf_log_app_log_dataconst was not defined. Could not resolve that or find any reference to indicate a missing setting in sdk_config. So days later out of desperation i tried to define it to see if I would learn something else about the problem. All I learned is that you can waste a great deal of time chasing problems. Need help please. Have demo on Monday and just needed to add finishing touches to custom board that is doing active scanning of beacons and sending data via wifi soc to backend. Was needing logging to debug the wifi interface but have not added that code to the project yet. Using S132 and scan module only to gather the beacon info. Will be up in a few hours trying to complete this so I hope there is some guidance/wisdom when I wake up.

  • It's not clear what kind of solution you are looking for. Are you using version control (ie git)? Can you checkout a previous working version without logging?

    I ran into a lot of errors manually updating the sdk_config file. If you are not already I recommend using the CMSIS configuration wizard. If you can go back in time to a working version and use the configuration wizard to enable the libraries you need (ie logging) maybe that will alleviate your problem.

  • First, thanks for the feedback. I looked for an active beacon scanner example but did not find any. So I took a ble central example from the sdk and added the scanner module and bits and pieces from others. The scanner works fine and I could send the results I wanted out the usb serial to a pc to send over wifi for testing. I am using CMSIS when ever possible but find there is no sdk_config I ever found with all the options in the one sdk_config for reference. So just had to find bits and pieces and hope I found the right dependencies in the code. I ran the scanner code on the nrf52832 and nrf52840 DKs successfully before porting to the custom board. While I ran into some issues initially with getting the softdevice to enable, I use the logging to resolve those issues. I am using the HFFXO and the lfclock source is sythn. All that is working fine and I was getting a flood of clean data from the ~15 beacons sending advs every 200 ms. A ble dongle sniffer and wireshark trace indicated I was getting all the same advs and scan replies as seen by the ble sniffer and matched the expected amount for those beacons in a 10 second sample window accepting some collisisions. So very happy with that part. But something in the process of adding  code and testing sdk versions and trying to add an interface to a simplelink CC3100 soc trigger this loop of none-loggnig I can't seem to get out off. Was trying to determine if there was an optimal match of sdk version and softdevice for the nrf52832 (and later 840) that provided the fastest and most stable results. Should mention that somewhere in that process I discovered that the Segger SES was grabbing files between the versions. I caught that by looking at the SES project file and edited out those problems until there was no cross sdk issues. So many touches but valuable learning just not enough to resolve even after many hours of research.  

  • In the meantime, I am going to focus on sdk 15.2 as the version to use for our demoes and production along with both S132 and S140 version 6.1 unless I learn reasons to use other versions together.  While active scanning is required now, the product roadmap requires also supporting classic BT connections and a wider range of ble functionality this year. So likely those requirements will be met by nrf52840 version of the product.

  • I made sure I had clean install of sdk 15,2 and was able to reproduce the original error. 

    Below is error and my paths and sdk_config.

    Building ‘MedsenseGW’ from solution ‘MedsenseGW’ in configuration ‘Debug’
    Assembling ‘thumb_crt0.s’
    Compiling ‘nrf_log_backend_rtt.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_log_backend_serial.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_log_default_backends.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_log_frontend.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_log_str_formatter.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_log_backend_flash.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_log_backend_uart.c’
    Compiling ‘app_button.c’
    Compiling ‘app_error.c’
    Compiling ‘app_error_handler_gcc.c’
    Compiling ‘app_error_weak.c’
    Compiling ‘app_fifo.c’
    Compiling ‘app_scheduler.c’
    Compiling ‘app_timer.c’
    Compiling ‘app_util_platform.c’
    Compiling ‘hardfault_implementation.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_assert.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_atfifo.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_atomic.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_balloc.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_memobj.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_pwr_mgmt.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_ringbuf.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_section_iter.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_strerror.c’
    Compiling ‘retarget.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_fprintf.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_serial.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_fprintf_format.c’
    Assembling ‘ses_startup_nrf52.s’
    Assembling ‘ses_startup_nrf_common.s’
    Compiling ‘system_nrf52.c’
    Compiling ‘boards.c’
    Compiling ‘nrf_drv_clock.c’
    Compiling ‘nrfx_clock.c’
    Compiling ‘nrfx_gpiote.c’
    Compiling ‘nrfx_power_clock.c’
    Compiling ‘nrfx_prs.c’
    Compiling ‘nrfx_uarte.c’
    Compiling ‘bsp.c’
    Compiling ‘bsp_btn_ble.c’
    Compiling ‘MedsenseGW.c’
    MedsenseGW.c
    parameter names (without types) in function declaration
    simplelink.h
    MedsenseGW.c
    "bool" redefined
    ble_srv_common.h
    MedsenseGW.c
    this is the location of the previous definition
    nrf_log.h
    MedsenseGW.c
    'm_nrf_log_app_logs_dataconst' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean 'm_nrf_log_app_logs_data_const'?
    in definition of macro 'LOG_INTERNAL_0'
    in expansion of macro 'LOG_INTERNAL_X'
    in expansion of macro 'LOG_INTERNAL'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_MODULE_ID_GET_CONST'
    in expansion of macro 'CONCAT_2_'
    in expansion of macro 'CONCAT_2'
    in expansion of macro 'CONCAT_3_'
    in expansion of macro 'CONCAT_3'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_ITEM_DATA'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_ITEM_DATA_CONST'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_MODULE_ID'
    in expansion of macro 'LOG_SEVERITY_MOD_ID'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_INTERNAL_MODULE'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_INTERNAL_INFO'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_INFO'
    each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appears in
    in definition of macro 'LOG_INTERNAL_0'
    in expansion of macro 'LOG_INTERNAL_X'
    in expansion of macro 'LOG_INTERNAL'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_MODULE_ID_GET_CONST'
    in expansion of macro 'CONCAT_2_'
    in expansion of macro 'CONCAT_2'
    in expansion of macro 'CONCAT_3_'
    in expansion of macro 'CONCAT_3'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_ITEM_DATA'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_ITEM_DATA_CONST'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_MODULE_ID'
    in expansion of macro 'LOG_SEVERITY_MOD_ID'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_INTERNAL_MODULE'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_INTERNAL_INFO'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_INFO'
    assignment from incompatible pointer type [-Wincompatible-pointer-types]
    assignment from incompatible pointer type [-Wincompatible-pointer-types]
    nrf_log.h
    MedsenseGW.c
    passing argument 2 of 'nrf_log_frontend_hexdump' makes pointer from integer without a cast [-Wint-conversion]
    in expansion of macro 'LOG_HEXDUMP'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_INTERNAL_HEXDUMP_MODULE'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_INTERNAL_RAW_HEXDUMP_INFO'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_RAW_HEXDUMP_INFO'
    expected 'const void * const' but argument is of type 'uint8_t {aka unsigned char}'
    implicit declaration of function 'nrf_drv_clock_init'; did you mean 'nrf_balloc_init'? [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
    implicit declaration of function 'nrf_drv_clock_lfclk_request'; did you mean 'sd_clock_hfclk_request'? [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
    nrf_log.h
    MedsenseGW.c
    'm_nrf_log_app_logs_dataconst' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean 'm_nrf_log_app_logs_data_const'?
    in definition of macro 'LOG_INTERNAL_0'
    in expansion of macro 'LOG_INTERNAL_X'
    in expansion of macro 'LOG_INTERNAL'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_MODULE_ID_GET_CONST'
    in expansion of macro 'CONCAT_2_'
    in expansion of macro 'CONCAT_2'
    in expansion of macro 'CONCAT_3_'
    in expansion of macro 'CONCAT_3'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_ITEM_DATA'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_ITEM_DATA_CONST'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_MODULE_ID'
    in expansion of macro 'LOG_SEVERITY_MOD_ID'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_INTERNAL_MODULE'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_INTERNAL_INFO'
    in expansion of macro 'NRF_LOG_INFO'
    assignment from incompatible pointer type [-Wincompatible-pointer-types]
    Compiling ‘device.c’
    simplelink.h
    device.c
    "bool" redefined
    nrfx_common.h
    nrfx.h
    nrf_gpio.h
    board_custom.h
    user.h
    simplelink.h
    device.c
    this is the location of the previous definition
    simplelink.h
    device.c
    implicit declaration of function 'spi_Open'; did you mean 'sl_FsOpen'? [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
    in expansion of macro 'sl_IfOpen'
    implicit declaration of function 'CC3100_disable' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
    in expansion of macro 'sl_DeviceDisable'
    implicit declaration of function 'registerInterruptHandler' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
    in expansion of macro 'sl_IfRegIntHdlr'
    implicit declaration of function 'CC3100_enable' [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
    in expansion of macro 'sl_DeviceEnable'
    implicit declaration of function 'spi_Close'; did you mean 'sl_Close'? [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
    in expansion of macro 'sl_IfClose'
    Compiling ‘driver.c’
    simplelink.h
    driver.c
    "bool" redefined
    nrfx_common.h
    nrfx.h
    nrf_gpio.h
    board_custom.h
    user.h
    simplelink.h
    driver.c
    this is the location of the previous definition
    simplelink.h
    driver.c
    implicit declaration of function 'spi_Write'; did you mean 'CLI_Write'? [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
    in definition of macro '_SL_ERROR'
    in expansion of macro 'sl_IfWrite'
    in expansion of macro 'NWP_IF_WRITE_CHECK'
    implicit declaration of function 'spi_Read'; did you mean 'sl_Send'? [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
    in definition of macro '_SL_ERROR'
    in expansion of macro 'sl_IfRead'
    in expansion of macro 'NWP_IF_READ_CHECK'
    Compiling ‘flowcont.c’
    simplelink.h
    flowcont.c
    "bool" redefined
    nrfx_common.h
    nrfx.h
    nrf_gpio.h
    board_custom.h
    user.h
    simplelink.h
    flowcont.c
    this is the location of the previous definition
    Compiling ‘fs.c’
    simplelink.h
    fs.c
    "bool" redefined
    nrfx_common.h
    nrfx.h
    nrf_gpio.h
    board_custom.h
    user.h
    simplelink.h
    fs.c
    this is the location of the previous definition
    Compiling ‘netapp.c’
    simplelink.h
    netapp.c
    "bool" redefined
    nrfx_common.h
    nrfx.h
    nrf_gpio.h
    board_custom.h
    user.h
    simplelink.h
    netapp.c
    this is the location of the previous definition
    Build failed

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    #ifndef SDK_CONFIG_H
    #define SDK_CONFIG_H
    // <<< Use Configuration Wizard in Context Menu >>>\n
    #ifdef USE_APP_CONFIG
    #include "app_config.h"
    #endif
    // <h> Board Support

    //==========================================================
    // <q> BSP_BTN_BLE_ENABLED - bsp_btn_ble - Button Control for BLE

    #ifndef BSP_BTN_BLE_ENABLED
    #define BSP_BTN_BLE_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nRF_BLE

    //==========================================================
    // <q> BLE_ADVERTISING_ENABLED - ble_advertising - Advertising module

    #ifndef BLE_ADVERTISING_ENABLED
    #define BLE_ADVERTISING_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_DTM_ENABLED - ble_dtm - Module for testing RF/PHY using DTM commands

    #ifndef BLE_DTM_ENABLED
    #define BLE_DTM_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_RACP_ENABLED - ble_racp - Record Access Control Point library

    #ifndef BLE_RACP_ENABLED
    #define BLE_RACP_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> NRF_BLE_CONN_PARAMS_ENABLED - ble_conn_params - Initiating and executing a connection parameters negotiation procedure
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_CONN_PARAMS_ENABLED
    #define NRF_BLE_CONN_PARAMS_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_BLE_CONN_PARAMS_MAX_SLAVE_LATENCY_DEVIATION - The largest acceptable deviation in slave latency.
    // <i> The largest deviation (+ or -) from the requested slave latency that will not be renegotiated.

    #ifndef NRF_BLE_CONN_PARAMS_MAX_SLAVE_LATENCY_DEVIATION
    #define NRF_BLE_CONN_PARAMS_MAX_SLAVE_LATENCY_DEVIATION 499
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_CONN_PARAMS_MAX_SUPERVISION_TIMEOUT_DEVIATION - The largest acceptable deviation (in 10 ms units) in supervision timeout.
    // <i> The largest deviation (+ or -, in 10 ms units) from the requested supervision timeout that will not be renegotiated.

    #ifndef NRF_BLE_CONN_PARAMS_MAX_SUPERVISION_TIMEOUT_DEVIATION
    #define NRF_BLE_CONN_PARAMS_MAX_SUPERVISION_TIMEOUT_DEVIATION 65535
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> NRF_BLE_GATT_ENABLED - nrf_ble_gatt - GATT module

    #ifndef NRF_BLE_GATT_ENABLED
    #define NRF_BLE_GATT_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <e> NRF_BLE_QWR_ENABLED - nrf_ble_qwr - Queued writes support module (prepare/execute write)
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_QWR_ENABLED
    #define NRF_BLE_QWR_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_BLE_QWR_MAX_ATTR - Maximum number of attribute handles that can be registered. This number must be adjusted according to the number of attributes for which Queued Writes will be enabled. If it is zero, the module will reject all Queued Write requests.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_QWR_MAX_ATTR
    #define NRF_BLE_QWR_MAX_ATTR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_BLE_SCAN_ENABLED - nrf_ble_scan - Scanning Module
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_ENABLED
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_BUFFER - Data length for an advertising set.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_BUFFER
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_BUFFER 100
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_NAME_MAX_LEN - Maximum size for the name to search in the advertisement report.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_NAME_MAX_LEN
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_NAME_MAX_LEN 32
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_SHORT_NAME_MAX_LEN - Maximum size of the short name to search for in the advertisement report.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_SHORT_NAME_MAX_LEN
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_SHORT_NAME_MAX_LEN 32
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_SCAN_INTERVAL - Scanning interval. Determines the scan interval in units of 0.625 millisecond.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_SCAN_INTERVAL
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_SCAN_INTERVAL 320
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_SCAN_DURATION - Duration of a scanning session in units of 10 ms. Range: 0x0001 - 0xFFFF (10 ms to 10.9225 ms). If set to 0x0000, the scanning continues until it is explicitly disabled.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_SCAN_DURATION
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_SCAN_DURATION 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_SCAN_WINDOW - Scanning window. Determines the scanning window in units of 0.625 millisecond.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_SCAN_WINDOW
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_SCAN_WINDOW 320
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_MIN_CONNECTION_INTERVAL - Determines minimum connection interval in milliseconds.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_MIN_CONNECTION_INTERVAL
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_MIN_CONNECTION_INTERVAL 7.5
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_MAX_CONNECTION_INTERVAL - Determines maximum connection interval in milliseconds.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_MAX_CONNECTION_INTERVAL
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_MAX_CONNECTION_INTERVAL 30
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_SLAVE_LATENCY - Determines the slave latency in counts of connection events.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_SLAVE_LATENCY
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_SLAVE_LATENCY 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_SUPERVISION_TIMEOUT - Determines the supervision time-out in units of 10 millisecond.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_SUPERVISION_TIMEOUT
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_SUPERVISION_TIMEOUT 4000
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_SCAN_PHY - PHY to scan on.

    // <0=> BLE_GAP_PHY_AUTO
    // <1=> BLE_GAP_PHY_1MBPS
    // <2=> BLE_GAP_PHY_2MBPS
    // <4=> BLE_GAP_PHY_CODED
    // <255=> BLE_GAP_PHY_NOT_SET

    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_SCAN_PHY
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_SCAN_PHY 1
    #endif

    // <e> NRF_BLE_SCAN_FILTER_ENABLE - Enabling filters for the Scanning Module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_FILTER_ENABLE
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_FILTER_ENABLE 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_UUID_CNT - Number of filters for UUIDs.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_UUID_CNT
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_UUID_CNT 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_NAME_CNT - Number of name filters.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_NAME_CNT
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_NAME_CNT 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_SHORT_NAME_CNT - Number of short name filters.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_SHORT_NAME_CNT
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_SHORT_NAME_CNT 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_ADDRESS_CNT - Number of address filters.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_ADDRESS_CNT
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_ADDRESS_CNT 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_APPEARANCE_CNT - Number of appearance filters.
    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_APPEARANCE_CNT
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_APPEARANCE_CNT 0
    #endif

    // </e>
    // </h>
    //==========================================================


    // <e> PEER_MANAGER_ENABLED - peer_manager - Peer Manager
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef PEER_MANAGER_ENABLED
    #define PEER_MANAGER_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> PM_MAX_REGISTRANTS - Number of event handlers that can be registered.
    #ifndef PM_MAX_REGISTRANTS
    #define PM_MAX_REGISTRANTS 3
    #endif

    // <o> PM_FLASH_BUFFERS - Number of internal buffers for flash operations.
    // <i> Decrease this value to lower RAM usage.

    #ifndef PM_FLASH_BUFFERS
    #define PM_FLASH_BUFFERS 4
    #endif

    // <q> PM_CENTRAL_ENABLED - Enable/disable central-specific Peer Manager functionality.

    // <i> Enable/disable central-specific Peer Manager functionality.

    #ifndef PM_CENTRAL_ENABLED
    #define PM_CENTRAL_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> PM_SERVICE_CHANGED_ENABLED - Enable/disable the service changed management for GATT server in Peer Manager.

    // <i> If not using a GATT server, or using a server wihout a service changed characteristic,
    // <i> disable this to save code space.

    #ifndef PM_SERVICE_CHANGED_ENABLED
    #define PM_SERVICE_CHANGED_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> PM_PEER_RANKS_ENABLED - Enable/disable the peer rank management in Peer Manager.

    // <i> Set this to false to save code space if not using the peer rank API.

    #ifndef PM_PEER_RANKS_ENABLED
    #define PM_PEER_RANKS_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> PM_LESC_ENABLED - Enable/disable LESC support in Peer Manager.

    // <i> If set to true, you need to call nrf_ble_lesc_request_handler() in the main loop to respond to LESC-related BLE events. If LESC support is not required, set this to false to save code space.

    #ifndef PM_LESC_ENABLED
    #define PM_LESC_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> PM_RA_PROTECTION_ENABLED - Enable/disable protection against repeated pairing attempts in Peer Manager.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef PM_RA_PROTECTION_ENABLED
    #define PM_RA_PROTECTION_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> PM_RA_PROTECTION_TRACKED_PEERS_NUM - Maximum number of peers whose authorization status can be tracked.
    #ifndef PM_RA_PROTECTION_TRACKED_PEERS_NUM
    #define PM_RA_PROTECTION_TRACKED_PEERS_NUM 8
    #endif

    // <o> PM_RA_PROTECTION_MIN_WAIT_INTERVAL - Minimum waiting interval (in ms) before a new pairing attempt can be initiated.
    #ifndef PM_RA_PROTECTION_MIN_WAIT_INTERVAL
    #define PM_RA_PROTECTION_MIN_WAIT_INTERVAL 4000
    #endif

    // <o> PM_RA_PROTECTION_MAX_WAIT_INTERVAL - Maximum waiting interval (in ms) before a new pairing attempt can be initiated.
    #ifndef PM_RA_PROTECTION_MAX_WAIT_INTERVAL
    #define PM_RA_PROTECTION_MAX_WAIT_INTERVAL 64000
    #endif

    // <o> PM_RA_PROTECTION_REWARD_PERIOD - Reward period (in ms).
    // <i> The waiting interval is gradually decreased when no new failed pairing attempts are made during reward period.

    #ifndef PM_RA_PROTECTION_REWARD_PERIOD
    #define PM_RA_PROTECTION_REWARD_PERIOD 10000
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <o> PM_HANDLER_SEC_DELAY_MS - Delay before starting security.
    // <i> This might be necessary for interoperability reasons, especially as peripheral.

    #ifndef PM_HANDLER_SEC_DELAY_MS
    #define PM_HANDLER_SEC_DELAY_MS 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nRF_BLE_Services

    //==========================================================
    // <q> BLE_ANCS_C_ENABLED - ble_ancs_c - Apple Notification Service Client

    #ifndef BLE_ANCS_C_ENABLED
    #define BLE_ANCS_C_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_ANS_C_ENABLED - ble_ans_c - Alert Notification Service Client

    #ifndef BLE_ANS_C_ENABLED
    #define BLE_ANS_C_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_BAS_C_ENABLED - ble_bas_c - Battery Service Client

    #ifndef BLE_BAS_C_ENABLED
    #define BLE_BAS_C_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> BLE_BAS_ENABLED - ble_bas - Battery Service
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef BLE_BAS_ENABLED
    #define BLE_BAS_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <e> BLE_BAS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef BLE_BAS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define BLE_BAS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> BLE_BAS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef BLE_BAS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define BLE_BAS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_BAS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef BLE_BAS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define BLE_BAS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_BAS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef BLE_BAS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define BLE_BAS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <q> BLE_CSCS_ENABLED - ble_cscs - Cycling Speed and Cadence Service

    #ifndef BLE_CSCS_ENABLED
    #define BLE_CSCS_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_CTS_C_ENABLED - ble_cts_c - Current Time Service Client

    #ifndef BLE_CTS_C_ENABLED
    #define BLE_CTS_C_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_DIS_ENABLED - ble_dis - Device Information Service

    #ifndef BLE_DIS_ENABLED
    #define BLE_DIS_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_GLS_ENABLED - ble_gls - Glucose Service

    #ifndef BLE_GLS_ENABLED
    #define BLE_GLS_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_HIDS_ENABLED - ble_hids - Human Interface Device Service

    #ifndef BLE_HIDS_ENABLED
    #define BLE_HIDS_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_HRS_C_ENABLED - ble_hrs_c - Heart Rate Service Client

    #ifndef BLE_HRS_C_ENABLED
    #define BLE_HRS_C_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_HRS_ENABLED - ble_hrs - Heart Rate Service

    #ifndef BLE_HRS_ENABLED
    #define BLE_HRS_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_HTS_ENABLED - ble_hts - Health Thermometer Service

    #ifndef BLE_HTS_ENABLED
    #define BLE_HTS_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_IAS_C_ENABLED - ble_ias_c - Immediate Alert Service Client

    #ifndef BLE_IAS_C_ENABLED
    #define BLE_IAS_C_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> BLE_IAS_ENABLED - ble_ias - Immediate Alert Service
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef BLE_IAS_ENABLED
    #define BLE_IAS_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <e> BLE_IAS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef BLE_IAS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define BLE_IAS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> BLE_IAS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef BLE_IAS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define BLE_IAS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_IAS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef BLE_IAS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define BLE_IAS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_IAS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef BLE_IAS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define BLE_IAS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <q> BLE_LBS_C_ENABLED - ble_lbs_c - Nordic LED Button Service Client

    #ifndef BLE_LBS_C_ENABLED
    #define BLE_LBS_C_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_LBS_ENABLED - ble_lbs - LED Button Service

    #ifndef BLE_LBS_ENABLED
    #define BLE_LBS_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_LLS_ENABLED - ble_lls - Link Loss Service

    #ifndef BLE_LLS_ENABLED
    #define BLE_LLS_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_NUS_C_ENABLED - ble_nus_c - Nordic UART Central Service

    #ifndef BLE_NUS_C_ENABLED
    #define BLE_NUS_C_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> BLE_NUS_ENABLED - ble_nus - Nordic UART Service
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef BLE_NUS_ENABLED
    #define BLE_NUS_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <e> BLE_NUS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef BLE_NUS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define BLE_NUS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> BLE_NUS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef BLE_NUS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define BLE_NUS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_NUS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef BLE_NUS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define BLE_NUS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_NUS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef BLE_NUS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define BLE_NUS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <q> BLE_RSCS_C_ENABLED - ble_rscs_c - Running Speed and Cadence Client

    #ifndef BLE_RSCS_C_ENABLED
    #define BLE_RSCS_C_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_RSCS_ENABLED - ble_rscs - Running Speed and Cadence Service

    #ifndef BLE_RSCS_ENABLED
    #define BLE_RSCS_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_TPS_ENABLED - ble_tps - TX Power Service

    #ifndef BLE_TPS_ENABLED
    #define BLE_TPS_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nRF_Core

    //==========================================================
    // <e> NRF_MPU_ENABLED - nrf_mpu - Module for MPU
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_MPU_ENABLED
    #define NRF_MPU_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRF_MPU_CLI_CMDS - Enable CLI commands specific to the module.

    #ifndef NRF_MPU_CLI_CMDS
    #define NRF_MPU_CLI_CMDS 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_STACK_GUARD_ENABLED - nrf_stack_guard - Stack guard
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_STACK_GUARD_ENABLED
    #define NRF_STACK_GUARD_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_SIZE - Size of the stack guard.

    // <5=> 32 bytes
    // <6=> 64 bytes
    // <7=> 128 bytes
    // <8=> 256 bytes
    // <9=> 512 bytes
    // <10=> 1024 bytes
    // <11=> 2048 bytes
    // <12=> 4096 bytes

    #ifndef NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_SIZE
    #define NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_SIZE 7
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nRF_Crypto

    //==========================================================
    // <e> NRF_CRYPTO_ENABLED - nrf_crypto - Cryptography library.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_CRYPTO_ALLOCATOR - Memory allocator

    // <i> Choose memory allocator used by nrf_crypto. Default is alloca if possible or nrf_malloc otherwise. If 'User macros' are selected, the user has to create 'nrf_crypto_allocator.h' file that contains NRF_CRYPTO_ALLOC, NRF_CRYPTO_FREE, and NRF_CRYPTO_ALLOC_ON_STACK.
    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> User macros
    // <2=> On stack (alloca)
    // <3=> C dynamic memory (malloc)
    // <4=> SDK Memory Manager (nrf_malloc)

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_ALLOCATOR
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_ALLOCATOR 0
    #endif

    // <e> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_ENABLED - Enable the ARM Cryptocell CC310 reduced backend.

    // <i> The CC310 hardware-accelerated cryptography backend with reduced functionality and footprint (only available on nRF52840).
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_ECC_SECP224R1_ENABLED - Enable the secp224r1 elliptic curve support using CC310_BL.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_ECC_SECP224R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_ECC_SECP224R1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED - Enable the secp256r1 elliptic curve support using CC310_BL.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED - CC310_BL SHA-256 hash functionality.

    // <i> CC310_BL backend implementation for hardware-accelerated SHA-256.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_HASH_AUTOMATIC_RAM_BUFFER_ENABLED - nrf_cc310_bl buffers to RAM before running hash operation

    // <i> Enabling this makes hashing of addresses in FLASH range possible. Size of buffer allocated for hashing is set by NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_HASH_AUTOMATIC_RAM_BUFFER_SIZE

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_HASH_AUTOMATIC_RAM_BUFFER_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_HASH_AUTOMATIC_RAM_BUFFER_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_HASH_AUTOMATIC_RAM_BUFFER_SIZE - nrf_cc310_bl hash outputs digests in little endian
    // <i> Makes the nrf_cc310_bl hash functions output digests in little endian format. Only for use in nRF SDK DFU!

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_HASH_AUTOMATIC_RAM_BUFFER_SIZE
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_BL_HASH_AUTOMATIC_RAM_BUFFER_SIZE 4096
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ENABLED - Enable the ARM Cryptocell CC310 backend.

    // <i> The CC310 hardware-accelerated cryptography backend (only available on nRF52840).
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CBC_ENABLED - Enable the AES CBC mode using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CBC_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CBC_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CTR_ENABLED - Enable the AES CTR mode using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CTR_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CTR_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_ECB_ENABLED - Enable the AES ECB mode using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_ECB_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_ECB_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CBC_MAC_ENABLED - Enable the AES CBC_MAC mode using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CBC_MAC_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CBC_MAC_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CMAC_ENABLED - Enable the AES CMAC mode using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CMAC_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CMAC_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CCM_ENABLED - Enable the AES CCM mode using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CCM_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CCM_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CCM_STAR_ENABLED - Enable the AES CCM* mode using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CCM_STAR_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_AES_CCM_STAR_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_CHACHA_POLY_ENABLED - Enable the CHACHA-POLY mode using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_CHACHA_POLY_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_CHACHA_POLY_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP160R1_ENABLED - Enable the secp160r1 elliptic curve support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP160R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP160R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP160R2_ENABLED - Enable the secp160r2 elliptic curve support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP160R2_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP160R2_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP192R1_ENABLED - Enable the secp192r1 elliptic curve support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP192R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP192R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP224R1_ENABLED - Enable the secp224r1 elliptic curve support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP224R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP224R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED - Enable the secp256r1 elliptic curve support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP384R1_ENABLED - Enable the secp384r1 elliptic curve support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP384R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP384R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP521R1_ENABLED - Enable the secp521r1 elliptic curve support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP521R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP521R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP160K1_ENABLED - Enable the secp160k1 elliptic curve support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP160K1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP160K1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP192K1_ENABLED - Enable the secp192k1 elliptic curve support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP192K1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP192K1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP224K1_ENABLED - Enable the secp224k1 elliptic curve support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP224K1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP224K1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP256K1_ENABLED - Enable the secp256k1 elliptic curve support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP256K1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_SECP256K1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_CURVE25519_ENABLED - Enable the Curve25519 curve support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_CURVE25519_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_CURVE25519_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_ED25519_ENABLED - Enable the Ed25519 curve support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_ED25519_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_ECC_ED25519_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED - CC310 SHA-256 hash functionality.

    // <i> CC310 backend implementation for hardware-accelerated SHA-256.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_HASH_SHA512_ENABLED - CC310 SHA-512 hash functionality

    // <i> CC310 backend implementation for SHA-512 (in software).

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_HASH_SHA512_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_HASH_SHA512_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_HMAC_SHA256_ENABLED - CC310 HMAC using SHA-256

    // <i> CC310 backend implementation for HMAC using hardware-accelerated SHA-256.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_HMAC_SHA256_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_HMAC_SHA256_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_HMAC_SHA512_ENABLED - CC310 HMAC using SHA-512

    // <i> CC310 backend implementation for HMAC using SHA-512 (in software).

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_HMAC_SHA512_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_HMAC_SHA512_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_RNG_ENABLED - Enable RNG support using CC310.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_RNG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CC310_RNG_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CIFRA_ENABLED - Enable the Cifra backend.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CIFRA_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CIFRA_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CIFRA_AES_EAX_ENABLED - Enable the AES EAX mode using Cifra.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CIFRA_AES_EAX_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_CIFRA_AES_EAX_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ENABLED - Enable the mbed TLS backend.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CBC_ENABLED - Enable the AES CBC mode mbed TLS.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CBC_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CBC_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CTR_ENABLED - Enable the AES CTR mode using mbed TLS.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CTR_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CTR_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CFB_ENABLED - Enable the AES CFB mode using mbed TLS.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CFB_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CFB_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_ECB_ENABLED - Enable the AES ECB mode using mbed TLS.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_ECB_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_ECB_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CBC_MAC_ENABLED - Enable the AES CBC MAC mode using mbed TLS.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CBC_MAC_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CBC_MAC_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CMAC_ENABLED - Enable the AES CMAC mode using mbed TLS.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CMAC_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CMAC_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CCM_ENABLED - Enable the AES CCM mode using mbed TLS.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CCM_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_CCM_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_GCM_ENABLED - Enable the AES GCM mode using mbed TLS.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_GCM_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_AES_GCM_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP192R1_ENABLED - Enable secp192r1 (NIST 192-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need secp192r1 (NIST 192-bit) support using MBEDTLS

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP192R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP192R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP224R1_ENABLED - Enable secp224r1 (NIST 224-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need secp224r1 (NIST 224-bit) support using MBEDTLS

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP224R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP224R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED - Enable secp256r1 (NIST 256-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need secp256r1 (NIST 256-bit) support using MBEDTLS

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP384R1_ENABLED - Enable secp384r1 (NIST 384-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need secp384r1 (NIST 384-bit) support using MBEDTLS

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP384R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP384R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP521R1_ENABLED - Enable secp521r1 (NIST 521-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need secp521r1 (NIST 521-bit) support using MBEDTLS

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP521R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP521R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP192K1_ENABLED - Enable secp192k1 (Koblitz 192-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need secp192k1 (Koblitz 192-bit) support using MBEDTLS

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP192K1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP192K1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP224K1_ENABLED - Enable secp224k1 (Koblitz 224-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need secp224k1 (Koblitz 224-bit) support using MBEDTLS

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP224K1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP224K1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP256K1_ENABLED - Enable secp256k1 (Koblitz 256-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need secp256k1 (Koblitz 256-bit) support using MBEDTLS

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP256K1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_SECP256K1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_BP256R1_ENABLED - Enable bp256r1 (Brainpool 256-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need bp256r1 (Brainpool 256-bit) support using MBEDTLS

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_BP256R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_BP256R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_BP384R1_ENABLED - Enable bp384r1 (Brainpool 384-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need bp384r1 (Brainpool 384-bit) support using MBEDTLS

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_BP384R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_BP384R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_BP512R1_ENABLED - Enable bp512r1 (Brainpool 512-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need bp512r1 (Brainpool 512-bit) support using MBEDTLS

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_BP512R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_BP512R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_CURVE25519_ENABLED - Enable Curve25519 curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need Curve25519 support using MBEDTLS

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_CURVE25519_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_ECC_CURVE25519_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED - Enable mbed TLS SHA-256 hash functionality.

    // <i> mbed TLS backend implementation for SHA-256.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_HASH_SHA512_ENABLED - Enable mbed TLS SHA-512 hash functionality.

    // <i> mbed TLS backend implementation for SHA-512.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_HASH_SHA512_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_HASH_SHA512_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_HMAC_SHA256_ENABLED - Enable mbed TLS HMAC using SHA-256.

    // <i> mbed TLS backend implementation for HMAC using SHA-256.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_HMAC_SHA256_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_HMAC_SHA256_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_HMAC_SHA512_ENABLED - Enable mbed TLS HMAC using SHA-512.

    // <i> mbed TLS backend implementation for HMAC using SHA-512.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_HMAC_SHA512_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MBEDTLS_HMAC_SHA512_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ENABLED - Enable the micro-ecc backend.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ECC_SECP192R1_ENABLED - Enable secp192r1 (NIST 192-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need secp192r1 (NIST 192-bit) support using micro-ecc

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ECC_SECP192R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ECC_SECP192R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ECC_SECP224R1_ENABLED - Enable secp224r1 (NIST 224-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need secp224r1 (NIST 224-bit) support using micro-ecc

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ECC_SECP224R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ECC_SECP224R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED - Enable secp256r1 (NIST 256-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need secp256r1 (NIST 256-bit) support using micro-ecc

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ECC_SECP256K1_ENABLED - Enable secp256k1 (Koblitz 256-bit) curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need secp256k1 (Koblitz 256-bit) support using micro-ecc

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ECC_SECP256K1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_MICRO_ECC_ECC_SECP256K1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_NRF_HW_RNG_ENABLED - Enable the nRF HW RNG backend.

    // <i> The nRF HW backend provide access to RNG peripheral in nRF5x devices.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_NRF_HW_RNG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_NRF_HW_RNG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_NRF_HW_RNG_MBEDTLS_CTR_DRBG_ENABLED - Enable mbed TLS CTR-DRBG algorithm.

    // <i> Enable mbed TLS CTR-DRBG standardized by NIST (NIST SP 800-90A Rev. 1). The nRF HW RNG is used as an entropy source for seeding.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_NRF_HW_RNG_MBEDTLS_CTR_DRBG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_NRF_HW_RNG_MBEDTLS_CTR_DRBG_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_NRF_SW_ENABLED - Enable the legacy nRFx sw for crypto.

    // <i> The nRF SW cryptography backend (only used in bootloader context).
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_NRF_SW_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_NRF_SW_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_NRF_SW_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED - nRF SW hash backend support for SHA-256

    // <i> The nRF SW backend provide access to nRF SDK legacy hash implementation of SHA-256.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_NRF_SW_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_NRF_SW_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_ENABLED - Enable the Oberon backend

    // <i> The Oberon backend
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_CHACHA_POLY_ENABLED - Enable the CHACHA-POLY mode using Oberon.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_CHACHA_POLY_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_CHACHA_POLY_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED - Enable secp256r1 curve

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need secp256r1 curve support using Oberon library

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_ECC_SECP256R1_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_ECC_CURVE25519_ENABLED - Enable Curve25519 ECDH

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need Curve25519 ECDH support using Oberon library

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_ECC_CURVE25519_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_ECC_CURVE25519_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_ECC_ED25519_ENABLED - Enable Ed25519 signature scheme

    // <i> Enable this setting if you need Ed25519 support using Oberon library

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_ECC_ED25519_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_ECC_ED25519_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED - Oberon SHA-256 hash functionality

    // <i> Oberon backend implementation for SHA-256.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_HASH_SHA256_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_HASH_SHA512_ENABLED - Oberon SHA-512 hash functionality

    // <i> Oberon backend implementation for SHA-512.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_HASH_SHA512_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_HASH_SHA512_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_HMAC_SHA256_ENABLED - Oberon HMAC using SHA-256

    // <i> Oberon backend implementation for HMAC using SHA-256.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_HMAC_SHA256_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_HMAC_SHA256_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_HMAC_SHA512_ENABLED - Oberon HMAC using SHA-512

    // <i> Oberon backend implementation for HMAC using SHA-512.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_HMAC_SHA512_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_BACKEND_OBERON_HMAC_SHA512_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> NRF_CRYPTO_CURVE25519_BIG_ENDIAN_ENABLED - Big-endian byte order in raw Curve25519 data

    // <i> Enable big-endian byte order in Curve25519 API, if set to 1. Use little-endian, if set to 0.

    #ifndef NRF_CRYPTO_CURVE25519_BIG_ENDIAN_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CRYPTO_CURVE25519_BIG_ENDIAN_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nRF_DFU

    //==========================================================
    // <h> ble_dfu - Device Firmware Update

    //==========================================================
    // <q> BLE_DFU_ENABLED - Enable DFU Service.

    #ifndef BLE_DFU_ENABLED
    #define BLE_DFU_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_DFU_BLE_BUTTONLESS_SUPPORTS_BONDS - Buttonless DFU supports bonds.

    #ifndef NRF_DFU_BLE_BUTTONLESS_SUPPORTS_BONDS
    #define NRF_DFU_BLE_BUTTONLESS_SUPPORTS_BONDS 0
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nRF_Drivers

    //==========================================================
    // <e> COMP_ENABLED - nrf_drv_comp - COMP peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef COMP_ENABLED
    #define COMP_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> COMP_CONFIG_REF - Reference voltage

    // <0=> Internal 1.2V
    // <1=> Internal 1.8V
    // <2=> Internal 2.4V
    // <4=> VDD
    // <7=> ARef

    #ifndef COMP_CONFIG_REF
    #define COMP_CONFIG_REF 1
    #endif

    // <o> COMP_CONFIG_MAIN_MODE - Main mode

    // <0=> Single ended
    // <1=> Differential

    #ifndef COMP_CONFIG_MAIN_MODE
    #define COMP_CONFIG_MAIN_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> COMP_CONFIG_SPEED_MODE - Speed mode

    // <0=> Low power
    // <1=> Normal
    // <2=> High speed

    #ifndef COMP_CONFIG_SPEED_MODE
    #define COMP_CONFIG_SPEED_MODE 2
    #endif

    // <o> COMP_CONFIG_HYST - Hystheresis

    // <0=> No
    // <1=> 50mV

    #ifndef COMP_CONFIG_HYST
    #define COMP_CONFIG_HYST 0
    #endif

    // <o> COMP_CONFIG_ISOURCE - Current Source

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> 2.5 uA
    // <2=> 5 uA
    // <3=> 10 uA

    #ifndef COMP_CONFIG_ISOURCE
    #define COMP_CONFIG_ISOURCE 0
    #endif

    // <o> COMP_CONFIG_INPUT - Analog input

    // <0=> 0
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef COMP_CONFIG_INPUT
    #define COMP_CONFIG_INPUT 0
    #endif

    // <o> COMP_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef COMP_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define COMP_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> EGU_ENABLED - nrf_drv_swi - SWI(EGU) peripheral driver - legacy layer

    #ifndef EGU_ENABLED
    #define EGU_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> GPIOTE_ENABLED - nrf_drv_gpiote - GPIOTE peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef GPIOTE_ENABLED
    #define GPIOTE_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> GPIOTE_CONFIG_NUM_OF_LOW_POWER_EVENTS - Number of lower power input pins
    #ifndef GPIOTE_CONFIG_NUM_OF_LOW_POWER_EVENTS
    #define GPIOTE_CONFIG_NUM_OF_LOW_POWER_EVENTS 4
    #endif

    // <o> GPIOTE_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef GPIOTE_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define GPIOTE_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> I2S_ENABLED - nrf_drv_i2s - I2S peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef I2S_ENABLED
    #define I2S_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_SCK_PIN - SCK pin <0-31>


    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_SCK_PIN
    #define I2S_CONFIG_SCK_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_LRCK_PIN - LRCK pin <1-31>


    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_LRCK_PIN
    #define I2S_CONFIG_LRCK_PIN 30
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_MCK_PIN - MCK pin
    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_MCK_PIN
    #define I2S_CONFIG_MCK_PIN 255
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_SDOUT_PIN - SDOUT pin <0-31>


    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_SDOUT_PIN
    #define I2S_CONFIG_SDOUT_PIN 29
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_SDIN_PIN - SDIN pin <0-31>


    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_SDIN_PIN
    #define I2S_CONFIG_SDIN_PIN 28
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_MASTER - Mode

    // <0=> Master
    // <1=> Slave

    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_MASTER
    #define I2S_CONFIG_MASTER 0
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_FORMAT - Format

    // <0=> I2S
    // <1=> Aligned

    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_FORMAT
    #define I2S_CONFIG_FORMAT 0
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_ALIGN - Alignment

    // <0=> Left
    // <1=> Right

    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_ALIGN
    #define I2S_CONFIG_ALIGN 0
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_SWIDTH - Sample width (bits)

    // <0=> 8
    // <1=> 16
    // <2=> 24

    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_SWIDTH
    #define I2S_CONFIG_SWIDTH 1
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_CHANNELS - Channels

    // <0=> Stereo
    // <1=> Left
    // <2=> Right

    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_CHANNELS
    #define I2S_CONFIG_CHANNELS 1
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_MCK_SETUP - MCK behavior

    // <0=> Disabled
    // <2147483648=> 32MHz/2
    // <1342177280=> 32MHz/3
    // <1073741824=> 32MHz/4
    // <805306368=> 32MHz/5
    // <671088640=> 32MHz/6
    // <536870912=> 32MHz/8
    // <402653184=> 32MHz/10
    // <369098752=> 32MHz/11
    // <285212672=> 32MHz/15
    // <268435456=> 32MHz/16
    // <201326592=> 32MHz/21
    // <184549376=> 32MHz/23
    // <142606336=> 32MHz/30
    // <138412032=> 32MHz/31
    // <134217728=> 32MHz/32
    // <100663296=> 32MHz/42
    // <68157440=> 32MHz/63
    // <34340864=> 32MHz/125

    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_MCK_SETUP
    #define I2S_CONFIG_MCK_SETUP 536870912
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_RATIO - MCK/LRCK ratio

    // <0=> 32x
    // <1=> 48x
    // <2=> 64x
    // <3=> 96x
    // <4=> 128x
    // <5=> 192x
    // <6=> 256x
    // <7=> 384x
    // <8=> 512x

    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_RATIO
    #define I2S_CONFIG_RATIO 2000
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define I2S_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> I2S_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define I2S_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define I2S_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define I2S_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> I2S_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef I2S_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define I2S_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> LPCOMP_ENABLED - nrf_drv_lpcomp - LPCOMP peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef LPCOMP_ENABLED
    #define LPCOMP_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> LPCOMP_CONFIG_REFERENCE - Reference voltage

    // <0=> Supply 1/8
    // <1=> Supply 2/8
    // <2=> Supply 3/8
    // <3=> Supply 4/8
    // <4=> Supply 5/8
    // <5=> Supply 6/8
    // <6=> Supply 7/8
    // <8=> Supply 1/16 (nRF52)
    // <9=> Supply 3/16 (nRF52)
    // <10=> Supply 5/16 (nRF52)
    // <11=> Supply 7/16 (nRF52)
    // <12=> Supply 9/16 (nRF52)
    // <13=> Supply 11/16 (nRF52)
    // <14=> Supply 13/16 (nRF52)
    // <15=> Supply 15/16 (nRF52)
    // <7=> External Ref 0
    // <65543=> External Ref 1

    #ifndef LPCOMP_CONFIG_REFERENCE
    #define LPCOMP_CONFIG_REFERENCE 3
    #endif

    // <o> LPCOMP_CONFIG_DETECTION - Detection

    // <0=> Crossing
    // <1=> Up
    // <2=> Down

    #ifndef LPCOMP_CONFIG_DETECTION
    #define LPCOMP_CONFIG_DETECTION 2
    #endif

    // <o> LPCOMP_CONFIG_INPUT - Analog input

    // <0=> 0
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef LPCOMP_CONFIG_INPUT
    #define LPCOMP_CONFIG_INPUT 0
    #endif

    // <q> LPCOMP_CONFIG_HYST - Hysteresis

    #ifndef LPCOMP_CONFIG_HYST
    #define LPCOMP_CONFIG_HYST 0
    #endif

    // <o> LPCOMP_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef LPCOMP_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define LPCOMP_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_CLOCK_ENABLED - nrfx_clock - CLOCK peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_CLOCK_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_CLOCK_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_LF_SRC - LF Clock Source

    // <0=> RC
    // <1=> XTAL
    // <2=> Synth
    // <131073=> External Low Swing
    // <196609=> External Full Swing

    #ifndef NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_LF_SRC
    #define NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_LF_SRC 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 4
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_CLOCK_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_COMP_ENABLED - nrfx_comp - COMP peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_COMP_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_COMP_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_REF - Reference voltage

    // <0=> Internal 1.2V
    // <1=> Internal 1.8V
    // <2=> Internal 2.4V
    // <4=> VDD
    // <7=> ARef

    #ifndef NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_REF
    #define NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_REF 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_MAIN_MODE - Main mode

    // <0=> Single ended
    // <1=> Differential

    #ifndef NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_MAIN_MODE
    #define NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_MAIN_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_SPEED_MODE - Speed mode

    // <0=> Low power
    // <1=> Normal
    // <2=> High speed

    #ifndef NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_SPEED_MODE
    #define NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_SPEED_MODE 2
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_HYST - Hystheresis

    // <0=> No
    // <1=> 50mV

    #ifndef NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_HYST
    #define NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_HYST 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_ISOURCE - Current Source

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> 2.5 uA
    // <2=> 5 uA
    // <3=> 10 uA

    #ifndef NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_ISOURCE
    #define NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_ISOURCE 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_INPUT - Analog input

    // <0=> 0
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_INPUT
    #define NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_INPUT 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_COMP_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_GPIOTE_ENABLED - nrfx_gpiote - GPIOTE peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_GPIOTE_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_GPIOTE_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_NUM_OF_LOW_POWER_EVENTS - Number of lower power input pins
    #ifndef NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_NUM_OF_LOW_POWER_EVENTS
    #define NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_NUM_OF_LOW_POWER_EVENTS 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_GPIOTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_I2S_ENABLED - nrfx_i2s - I2S peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_I2S_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_SCK_PIN - SCK pin <0-31>


    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_SCK_PIN
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_SCK_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_LRCK_PIN - LRCK pin <1-31>


    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_LRCK_PIN
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_LRCK_PIN 30
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_MCK_PIN - MCK pin
    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_MCK_PIN
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_MCK_PIN 255
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_SDOUT_PIN - SDOUT pin <0-31>


    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_SDOUT_PIN
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_SDOUT_PIN 29
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_SDIN_PIN - SDIN pin <0-31>


    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_SDIN_PIN
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_SDIN_PIN 28
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_MASTER - Mode

    // <0=> Master
    // <1=> Slave

    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_MASTER
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_MASTER 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_FORMAT - Format

    // <0=> I2S
    // <1=> Aligned

    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_FORMAT
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_FORMAT 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_ALIGN - Alignment

    // <0=> Left
    // <1=> Right

    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_ALIGN
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_ALIGN 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_SWIDTH - Sample width (bits)

    // <0=> 8
    // <1=> 16
    // <2=> 24

    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_SWIDTH
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_SWIDTH 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_CHANNELS - Channels

    // <0=> Stereo
    // <1=> Left
    // <2=> Right

    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_CHANNELS
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_CHANNELS 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_MCK_SETUP - MCK behavior

    // <0=> Disabled
    // <2147483648=> 32MHz/2
    // <1342177280=> 32MHz/3
    // <1073741824=> 32MHz/4
    // <805306368=> 32MHz/5
    // <671088640=> 32MHz/6
    // <536870912=> 32MHz/8
    // <402653184=> 32MHz/10
    // <369098752=> 32MHz/11
    // <285212672=> 32MHz/15
    // <268435456=> 32MHz/16
    // <201326592=> 32MHz/21
    // <184549376=> 32MHz/23
    // <142606336=> 32MHz/30
    // <138412032=> 32MHz/31
    // <134217728=> 32MHz/32
    // <100663296=> 32MHz/42
    // <68157440=> 32MHz/63
    // <34340864=> 32MHz/125

    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_MCK_SETUP
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_MCK_SETUP 536870912
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_RATIO - MCK/LRCK ratio

    // <0=> 32x
    // <1=> 48x
    // <2=> 64x
    // <3=> 96x
    // <4=> 128x
    // <5=> 192x
    // <6=> 256x
    // <7=> 384x
    // <8=> 512x

    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_RATIO
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_RATIO 2000
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_I2S_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_LPCOMP_ENABLED - nrfx_lpcomp - LPCOMP peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_LPCOMP_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_LPCOMP_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_REFERENCE - Reference voltage

    // <0=> Supply 1/8
    // <1=> Supply 2/8
    // <2=> Supply 3/8
    // <3=> Supply 4/8
    // <4=> Supply 5/8
    // <5=> Supply 6/8
    // <6=> Supply 7/8
    // <8=> Supply 1/16 (nRF52)
    // <9=> Supply 3/16 (nRF52)
    // <10=> Supply 5/16 (nRF52)
    // <11=> Supply 7/16 (nRF52)
    // <12=> Supply 9/16 (nRF52)
    // <13=> Supply 11/16 (nRF52)
    // <14=> Supply 13/16 (nRF52)
    // <15=> Supply 15/16 (nRF52)
    // <7=> External Ref 0
    // <65543=> External Ref 1

    #ifndef NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_REFERENCE
    #define NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_REFERENCE 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_DETECTION - Detection

    // <0=> Crossing
    // <1=> Up
    // <2=> Down

    #ifndef NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_DETECTION
    #define NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_DETECTION 2
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_INPUT - Analog input

    // <0=> 0
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_INPUT
    #define NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_INPUT 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_HYST - Hysteresis

    #ifndef NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_HYST
    #define NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_HYST 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_LPCOMP_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_PDM_ENABLED - nrfx_pdm - PDM peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_PDM_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PDM_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_MODE - Mode

    // <0=> Stereo
    // <1=> Mono

    #ifndef NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_MODE
    #define NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_MODE 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_EDGE - Edge

    // <0=> Left falling
    // <1=> Left rising

    #ifndef NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_EDGE
    #define NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_EDGE 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_CLOCK_FREQ - Clock frequency

    // <134217728=> 1000k
    // <138412032=> 1032k (default)
    // <142606336=> 1067k

    #ifndef NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_CLOCK_FREQ
    #define NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_CLOCK_FREQ 138412032
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_PDM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_POWER_ENABLED - nrfx_power - POWER peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_POWER_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_POWER_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_POWER_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_POWER_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_POWER_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_POWER_CONFIG_DEFAULT_DCDCEN - The default configuration of main DCDC regulator

    // <i> This settings means only that components for DCDC regulator are installed and it can be enabled.

    #ifndef NRFX_POWER_CONFIG_DEFAULT_DCDCEN
    #define NRFX_POWER_CONFIG_DEFAULT_DCDCEN 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_POWER_CONFIG_DEFAULT_DCDCENHV - The default configuration of High Voltage DCDC regulator

    // <i> This settings means only that components for DCDC regulator are installed and it can be enabled.

    #ifndef NRFX_POWER_CONFIG_DEFAULT_DCDCENHV
    #define NRFX_POWER_CONFIG_DEFAULT_DCDCENHV 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_PPI_ENABLED - nrfx_ppi - PPI peripheral allocator
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_PPI_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PPI_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <e> NRFX_PPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_PPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_PPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_PPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_PPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_PPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_PPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_PPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_PPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_PRS_ENABLED - nrfx_prs - Peripheral Resource Sharing module
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_PRS_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PRS_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <q> NRFX_PRS_BOX_0_ENABLED - Enables box 0 in the module.

    #ifndef NRFX_PRS_BOX_0_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PRS_BOX_0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_PRS_BOX_1_ENABLED - Enables box 1 in the module.

    #ifndef NRFX_PRS_BOX_1_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PRS_BOX_1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_PRS_BOX_2_ENABLED - Enables box 2 in the module.

    #ifndef NRFX_PRS_BOX_2_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PRS_BOX_2_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_PRS_BOX_3_ENABLED - Enables box 3 in the module.

    #ifndef NRFX_PRS_BOX_3_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PRS_BOX_3_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_PRS_BOX_4_ENABLED - Enables box 4 in the module.

    #ifndef NRFX_PRS_BOX_4_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PRS_BOX_4_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_PRS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_PRS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PRS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_PRS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_PRS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_PRS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PRS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_PRS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_PRS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PRS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_PRS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_PRS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_PWM_ENABLED - nrfx_pwm - PWM peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PWM_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRFX_PWM0_ENABLED - Enable PWM0 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_PWM0_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PWM0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_PWM1_ENABLED - Enable PWM1 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_PWM1_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PWM1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_PWM2_ENABLED - Enable PWM2 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_PWM2_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PWM2_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT0_PIN - Out0 pin <0-31>


    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT0_PIN
    #define NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT0_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT1_PIN - Out1 pin <0-31>


    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT1_PIN
    #define NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT1_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT2_PIN - Out2 pin <0-31>


    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT2_PIN
    #define NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT2_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT3_PIN - Out3 pin <0-31>


    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT3_PIN
    #define NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT3_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BASE_CLOCK - Base clock

    // <0=> 16 MHz
    // <1=> 8 MHz
    // <2=> 4 MHz
    // <3=> 2 MHz
    // <4=> 1 MHz
    // <5=> 500 kHz
    // <6=> 250 kHz
    // <7=> 125 kHz

    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BASE_CLOCK
    #define NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BASE_CLOCK 4
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_COUNT_MODE - Count mode

    // <0=> Up
    // <1=> Up and Down

    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_COUNT_MODE
    #define NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_COUNT_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_TOP_VALUE - Top value
    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_TOP_VALUE
    #define NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_TOP_VALUE 1000
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_LOAD_MODE - Load mode

    // <0=> Common
    // <1=> Grouped
    // <2=> Individual
    // <3=> Waveform

    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_LOAD_MODE
    #define NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_LOAD_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_STEP_MODE - Step mode

    // <0=> Auto
    // <1=> Triggered

    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_STEP_MODE
    #define NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_STEP_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_PWM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PWM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_PWM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_PWM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PWM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_PWM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_PWM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_PWM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_PWM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED - Enables nRF52 Anomaly 109 workaround for PWM.

    // <i> The workaround uses interrupts to wake up the CPU and ensure
    // <i> it is active when PWM is about to start a DMA transfer. For
    // <i> initial transfer, done when a playback is started via PPI,
    // <i> a specific EGU instance is used to generate the interrupt.
    // <i> During the playback, the PWM interrupt triggered on SEQEND
    // <i> event of a preceding sequence is used to protect the transfer
    // <i> done for the next sequence to be played.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_PWM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_PWM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_EGU_INSTANCE - EGU instance used by the nRF52 Anomaly 109 workaround for PWM.

    // <0=> EGU0
    // <1=> EGU1
    // <2=> EGU2
    // <3=> EGU3
    // <4=> EGU4
    // <5=> EGU5

    #ifndef NRFX_PWM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_EGU_INSTANCE
    #define NRFX_PWM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_EGU_INSTANCE 5
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_QDEC_ENABLED - nrfx_qdec - QDEC peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_QDEC_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_REPORTPER - Report period

    // <0=> 10 Samples
    // <1=> 40 Samples
    // <2=> 80 Samples
    // <3=> 120 Samples
    // <4=> 160 Samples
    // <5=> 200 Samples
    // <6=> 240 Samples
    // <7=> 280 Samples

    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_REPORTPER
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_REPORTPER 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_SAMPLEPER - Sample period

    // <0=> 128 us
    // <1=> 256 us
    // <2=> 512 us
    // <3=> 1024 us
    // <4=> 2048 us
    // <5=> 4096 us
    // <6=> 8192 us
    // <7=> 16384 us

    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_SAMPLEPER
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_SAMPLEPER 7
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_A - A pin <0-31>


    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_A
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_A 31
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_B - B pin <0-31>


    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_B
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_B 31
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_LED - LED pin <0-31>


    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_LED
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_LED 31
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_LEDPRE - LED pre
    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_LEDPRE
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_LEDPRE 511
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_LEDPOL - LED polarity

    // <0=> Active low
    // <1=> Active high

    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_LEDPOL
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_LEDPOL 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_DBFEN - Debouncing enable

    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_DBFEN
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_DBFEN 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_SAMPLE_INTEN - Sample ready interrupt enable

    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_SAMPLE_INTEN
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_SAMPLE_INTEN 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_QDEC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_RNG_ENABLED - nrfx_rng - RNG peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_RNG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_RNG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_ERROR_CORRECTION - Error correction

    #ifndef NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_ERROR_CORRECTION
    #define NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_ERROR_CORRECTION 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_RNG_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_RTC_ENABLED - nrfx_rtc - RTC peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_RTC_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_RTC_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRFX_RTC0_ENABLED - Enable RTC0 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_RTC0_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_RTC0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_RTC1_ENABLED - Enable RTC1 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_RTC1_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_RTC1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_RTC2_ENABLED - Enable RTC2 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_RTC2_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_RTC2_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_RTC_MAXIMUM_LATENCY_US - Maximum possible time[us] in highest priority interrupt
    #ifndef NRFX_RTC_MAXIMUM_LATENCY_US
    #define NRFX_RTC_MAXIMUM_LATENCY_US 2000
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY - Frequency <16-32768>


    #ifndef NRFX_RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY
    #define NRFX_RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY 32768
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_RELIABLE - Ensures safe compare event triggering

    #ifndef NRFX_RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_RELIABLE
    #define NRFX_RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_RELIABLE 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_RTC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_RTC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_RTC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_RTC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_RTC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_RTC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_RTC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_RTC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_RTC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_RTC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_RTC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_RTC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_SAADC_ENABLED - nrfx_saadc - SAADC peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_SAADC_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SAADC_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_RESOLUTION - Resolution

    // <0=> 8 bit
    // <1=> 10 bit
    // <2=> 12 bit
    // <3=> 14 bit

    #ifndef NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_RESOLUTION
    #define NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_RESOLUTION 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_OVERSAMPLE - Sample period

    // <0=> Disabled
    // <1=> 2x
    // <2=> 4x
    // <3=> 8x
    // <4=> 16x
    // <5=> 32x
    // <6=> 64x
    // <7=> 128x
    // <8=> 256x

    #ifndef NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_OVERSAMPLE
    #define NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_OVERSAMPLE 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_LP_MODE - Enabling low power mode

    #ifndef NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_LP_MODE
    #define NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_LP_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_SAADC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_SPIM_ENABLED - nrfx_spim - SPIM peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_SPIM_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPIM_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRFX_SPIM0_ENABLED - Enable SPIM0 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIM0_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPIM0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_SPIM1_ENABLED - Enable SPIM1 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIM1_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPIM1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_SPIM2_ENABLED - Enable SPIM2 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIM2_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPIM2_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SPIM_MISO_PULL_CFG - MISO pin pull configuration.

    // <0=> NRF_GPIO_PIN_NOPULL
    // <1=> NRF_GPIO_PIN_PULLDOWN
    // <3=> NRF_GPIO_PIN_PULLUP

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIM_MISO_PULL_CFG
    #define NRFX_SPIM_MISO_PULL_CFG 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SPIM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_SPIM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_SPIM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_SPIM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPIM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_SPIM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_SPIM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SPIM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_SPIM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SPIM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_SPIM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> NRFX_SPIM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED - Enables nRF52 anomaly 109 workaround for SPIM.

    // <i> The workaround uses interrupts to wake up the CPU by catching
    // <i> a start event of zero-length transmission to start the clock. This
    // <i> ensures that the DMA transfer will be executed without issues and
    // <i> that the proper transfer will be started. See more in the Errata
    // <i> document or Anomaly 109 Addendum located at
    // <i> infocenter.nordicsemi.com/

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPIM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_SPIS_ENABLED - nrfx_spis - SPIS peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_SPIS_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPIS_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRFX_SPIS0_ENABLED - Enable SPIS0 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIS0_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPIS0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_SPIS1_ENABLED - Enable SPIS1 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIS1_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPIS1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_SPIS2_ENABLED - Enable SPIS2 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIS2_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPIS2_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SPIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_SPIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SPIS_DEFAULT_DEF - SPIS default DEF character <0-255>


    #ifndef NRFX_SPIS_DEFAULT_DEF
    #define NRFX_SPIS_DEFAULT_DEF 255
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SPIS_DEFAULT_ORC - SPIS default ORC character <0-255>


    #ifndef NRFX_SPIS_DEFAULT_ORC
    #define NRFX_SPIS_DEFAULT_ORC 255
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_SPIS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_SPIS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPIS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_SPIS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_SPIS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SPIS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_SPIS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SPIS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_SPIS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> NRFX_SPIS_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED - Enables nRF52 Anomaly 109 workaround for SPIS.

    // <i> The workaround uses a GPIOTE channel to generate interrupts
    // <i> on falling edges detected on the CSN line. This will make
    // <i> the CPU active for the moment when SPIS starts DMA transfers,
    // <i> and this way the transfers will be protected.
    // <i> This workaround uses GPIOTE driver, so this driver must be
    // <i> enabled as well.

    #ifndef NRFX_SPIS_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPIS_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_SPI_ENABLED - nrfx_spi - SPI peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_SPI_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPI_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRFX_SPI0_ENABLED - Enable SPI0 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_SPI0_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPI0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_SPI1_ENABLED - Enable SPI1 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_SPI1_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPI1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_SPI2_ENABLED - Enable SPI2 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_SPI2_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPI2_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SPI_MISO_PULL_CFG - MISO pin pull configuration.

    // <0=> NRF_GPIO_PIN_NOPULL
    // <1=> NRF_GPIO_PIN_PULLDOWN
    // <3=> NRF_GPIO_PIN_PULLUP

    #ifndef NRFX_SPI_MISO_PULL_CFG
    #define NRFX_SPI_MISO_PULL_CFG 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SPI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_SPI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_SPI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_SPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_SPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_SPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_SPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_SPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_SPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_SPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_SPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_SPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_SWI_ENABLED - nrfx_swi - SWI/EGU peripheral allocator
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_SWI_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SWI_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRFX_EGU_ENABLED - Enable EGU support

    #ifndef NRFX_EGU_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_EGU_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_SWI0_DISABLED - Exclude SWI0 from being utilized by the driver

    #ifndef NRFX_SWI0_DISABLED
    #define NRFX_SWI0_DISABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_SWI1_DISABLED - Exclude SWI1 from being utilized by the driver

    #ifndef NRFX_SWI1_DISABLED
    #define NRFX_SWI1_DISABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_SWI2_DISABLED - Exclude SWI2 from being utilized by the driver

    #ifndef NRFX_SWI2_DISABLED
    #define NRFX_SWI2_DISABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_SWI3_DISABLED - Exclude SWI3 from being utilized by the driver

    #ifndef NRFX_SWI3_DISABLED
    #define NRFX_SWI3_DISABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_SWI4_DISABLED - Exclude SWI4 from being utilized by the driver

    #ifndef NRFX_SWI4_DISABLED
    #define NRFX_SWI4_DISABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_SWI5_DISABLED - Exclude SWI5 from being utilized by the driver

    #ifndef NRFX_SWI5_DISABLED
    #define NRFX_SWI5_DISABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_SWI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_SWI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_SWI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_SWI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_SWI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_SWI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SWI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_SWI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_SWI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_SWI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_SWI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_SWI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_TIMER_ENABLED - nrfx_timer - TIMER periperal driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TIMER_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRFX_TIMER0_ENABLED - Enable TIMER0 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER0_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TIMER0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_TIMER1_ENABLED - Enable TIMER1 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER1_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TIMER1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_TIMER2_ENABLED - Enable TIMER2 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER2_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TIMER2_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_TIMER3_ENABLED - Enable TIMER3 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER3_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TIMER3_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_TIMER4_ENABLED - Enable TIMER4 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER4_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TIMER4_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY - Timer frequency if in Timer mode

    // <0=> 16 MHz
    // <1=> 8 MHz
    // <2=> 4 MHz
    // <3=> 2 MHz
    // <4=> 1 MHz
    // <5=> 500 kHz
    // <6=> 250 kHz
    // <7=> 125 kHz
    // <8=> 62.5 kHz
    // <9=> 31.25 kHz

    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY
    #define NRFX_TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_MODE - Timer mode or operation

    // <0=> Timer
    // <1=> Counter

    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_MODE
    #define NRFX_TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BIT_WIDTH - Timer counter bit width

    // <0=> 16 bit
    // <1=> 8 bit
    // <2=> 24 bit
    // <3=> 32 bit

    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BIT_WIDTH
    #define NRFX_TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BIT_WIDTH 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TIMER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_TIMER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TIMER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_TIMER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_TIMER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_TWIM_ENABLED - nrfx_twim - TWIM peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_TWIM_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TWIM_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRFX_TWIM0_ENABLED - Enable TWIM0 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIM0_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TWIM0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_TWIM1_ENABLED - Enable TWIM1 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIM1_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TWIM1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWIM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY - Frequency

    // <26738688=> 100k
    // <67108864=> 250k
    // <104857600=> 400k

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY
    #define NRFX_TWIM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY 26738688
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_TWIM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HOLD_BUS_UNINIT - Enables bus holding after uninit

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HOLD_BUS_UNINIT
    #define NRFX_TWIM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HOLD_BUS_UNINIT 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWIM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_TWIM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_TWIM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_TWIM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TWIM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_TWIM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_TWIM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWIM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_TWIM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWIM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_TWIM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> NRFX_TWIM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED - Enables nRF52 anomaly 109 workaround for TWIM.

    // <i> The workaround uses interrupts to wake up the CPU by catching
    // <i> the start event of zero-frequency transmission, clear the
    // <i> peripheral, set desired frequency, start the peripheral, and
    // <i> the proper transmission. See more in the Errata document or
    // <i> Anomaly 109 Addendum located at infocenter.nordicsemi.com/

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TWIM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_TWIS_ENABLED - nrfx_twis - TWIS peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TWIS_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRFX_TWIS0_ENABLED - Enable TWIS0 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS0_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TWIS0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_TWIS1_ENABLED - Enable TWIS1 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS1_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TWIS1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_TWIS_ASSUME_INIT_AFTER_RESET_ONLY - Assume that any instance would be initialized only once

    // <i> Optimization flag. Registers used by TWIS are shared by other peripherals. Normally, during initialization driver tries to clear all registers to known state before doing the initialization itself. This gives initialization safe procedure, no matter when it would be called. If you activate TWIS only once and do never uninitialize it - set this flag to 1 what gives more optimal code.

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS_ASSUME_INIT_AFTER_RESET_ONLY
    #define NRFX_TWIS_ASSUME_INIT_AFTER_RESET_ONLY 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_TWIS_NO_SYNC_MODE - Remove support for synchronous mode

    // <i> Synchronous mode would be used in specific situations. And it uses some additional code and data memory to safely process state machine by polling it in status functions. If this functionality is not required it may be disabled to free some resources.

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS_NO_SYNC_MODE
    #define NRFX_TWIS_NO_SYNC_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_ADDR0 - Address0
    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_ADDR0
    #define NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_ADDR0 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_ADDR1 - Address1
    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_ADDR1
    #define NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_ADDR1 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_SCL_PULL - SCL pin pull configuration

    // <0=> Disabled
    // <1=> Pull down
    // <3=> Pull up

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_SCL_PULL
    #define NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_SCL_PULL 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_SDA_PULL - SDA pin pull configuration

    // <0=> Disabled
    // <1=> Pull down
    // <3=> Pull up

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_SDA_PULL
    #define NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_SDA_PULL 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_TWIS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TWIS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_TWIS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_TWIS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWIS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_TWIS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWIS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_TWIS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_TWIS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_TWI_ENABLED - nrfx_twi - TWI peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_TWI_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TWI_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRFX_TWI0_ENABLED - Enable TWI0 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_TWI0_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TWI0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_TWI1_ENABLED - Enable TWI1 instance

    #ifndef NRFX_TWI1_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TWI1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY - Frequency

    // <26738688=> 100k
    // <67108864=> 250k
    // <104857600=> 400k

    #ifndef NRFX_TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY
    #define NRFX_TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY 26738688
    #endif

    // <q> NRFX_TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HOLD_BUS_UNINIT - Enables bus holding after uninit

    #ifndef NRFX_TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HOLD_BUS_UNINIT
    #define NRFX_TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HOLD_BUS_UNINIT 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_TWI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_TWI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_TWI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_TWI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_TWI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_TWI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_TWI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_TWI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_TWI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_TWI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_TWI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_UARTE_ENABLED - nrfx_uarte - UARTE peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_UARTE_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_UARTE_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_UARTE0_ENABLED - Enable UARTE0 instance
    #ifndef NRFX_UARTE0_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_UARTE0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_UARTE_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HWFC - Hardware Flow Control

    // <0=> Disabled
    // <1=> Enabled

    #ifndef NRFX_UARTE_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HWFC
    #define NRFX_UARTE_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HWFC 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_UARTE_DEFAULT_CONFIG_PARITY - Parity

    // <0=> Excluded
    // <14=> Included

    #ifndef NRFX_UARTE_DEFAULT_CONFIG_PARITY
    #define NRFX_UARTE_DEFAULT_CONFIG_PARITY 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_UARTE_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BAUDRATE - Default Baudrate

    // <323584=> 1200 baud
    // <643072=> 2400 baud
    // <1290240=> 4800 baud
    // <2576384=> 9600 baud
    // <3862528=> 14400 baud
    // <5152768=> 19200 baud
    // <7716864=> 28800 baud
    // <8388608=> 31250 baud
    // <10289152=> 38400 baud
    // <15007744=> 56000 baud
    // <15400960=> 57600 baud
    // <20615168=> 76800 baud
    // <30801920=> 115200 baud
    // <61865984=> 230400 baud
    // <67108864=> 250000 baud
    // <121634816=> 460800 baud
    // <251658240=> 921600 baud
    // <268435456=> 1000000 baud

    #ifndef NRFX_UARTE_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BAUDRATE
    #define NRFX_UARTE_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BAUDRATE 30801920
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_UARTE_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_UARTE_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_UARTE_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_UARTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_UARTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_UARTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_UARTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_UARTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_UARTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_UARTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_UARTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_UARTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_UARTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_UARTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_UARTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_UART_ENABLED - nrfx_uart - UART peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_UART_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_UART_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_UART0_ENABLED - Enable UART0 instance
    #ifndef NRFX_UART0_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_UART0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HWFC - Hardware Flow Control

    // <0=> Disabled
    // <1=> Enabled

    #ifndef NRFX_UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HWFC
    #define NRFX_UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HWFC 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_PARITY - Parity

    // <0=> Excluded
    // <14=> Included

    #ifndef NRFX_UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_PARITY
    #define NRFX_UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_PARITY 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BAUDRATE - Default Baudrate

    // <323584=> 1200 baud
    // <643072=> 2400 baud
    // <1290240=> 4800 baud
    // <2576384=> 9600 baud
    // <3866624=> 14400 baud
    // <5152768=> 19200 baud
    // <7729152=> 28800 baud
    // <8388608=> 31250 baud
    // <10309632=> 38400 baud
    // <15007744=> 56000 baud
    // <15462400=> 57600 baud
    // <20615168=> 76800 baud
    // <30924800=> 115200 baud
    // <61845504=> 230400 baud
    // <67108864=> 250000 baud
    // <123695104=> 460800 baud
    // <247386112=> 921600 baud
    // <268435456=> 1000000 baud

    #ifndef NRFX_UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BAUDRATE
    #define NRFX_UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BAUDRATE 30924800
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_UART_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_UART_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_UART_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_UART_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_UART_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_UART_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_UART_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_UART_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_UART_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_UART_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_UART_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_UART_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRFX_WDT_ENABLED - nrfx_wdt - WDT peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_WDT_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_WDT_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_BEHAVIOUR - WDT behavior in CPU SLEEP or HALT mode

    // <1=> Run in SLEEP, Pause in HALT
    // <8=> Pause in SLEEP, Run in HALT
    // <9=> Run in SLEEP and HALT
    // <0=> Pause in SLEEP and HALT

    #ifndef NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_BEHAVIOUR
    #define NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_BEHAVIOUR 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_RELOAD_VALUE - Reload value <15-4294967295>


    #ifndef NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_RELOAD_VALUE
    #define NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_RELOAD_VALUE 2000
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRFX_WDT_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>
    // </e>

    // <e> CLOCK_ENABLED - nrf_drv_clock - CLOCK peripheral driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef CLOCK_ENABLED
    #define CLOCK_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    #if CLOCK_ENABLED
    // <o> CLOCK_CONFIG_XTAL_FREQ - HF XTAL Frequency

    // <0=> Default (64 MHz)

    #ifndef CLOCK_CONFIG_XTAL_FREQ
    #define CLOCK_CONFIG_XTAL_FREQ 0
    #endif

    // <o> CLOCK_CONFIG_LF_SRC - LF Clock Source

    // <0=> RC
    // <1=> XTAL
    // <2=> Synth

    #ifndef CLOCK_CONFIG_LF_SRC
    #define CLOCK_CONFIG_LF_SRC 2
    #endif

    // <o> CLOCK_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef CLOCK_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define CLOCK_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 7
    #endif

    // <e> CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    #if CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    // <o> CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 4
    #endif

    // <o> CLOCK_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef CLOCK_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define CLOCK_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> CLOCK_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef CLOCK_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define CLOCK_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    #endif //CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    // </e>

    #endif //CLOCK_ENABLED
    // </e>


    // <e> PDM_ENABLED - nrf_drv_pdm - PDM peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef PDM_ENABLED
    #define PDM_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> PDM_CONFIG_MODE - Mode

    // <0=> Stereo
    // <1=> Mono

    #ifndef PDM_CONFIG_MODE
    #define PDM_CONFIG_MODE 1
    #endif

    // <o> PDM_CONFIG_EDGE - Edge

    // <0=> Left falling
    // <1=> Left rising

    #ifndef PDM_CONFIG_EDGE
    #define PDM_CONFIG_EDGE 0
    #endif

    // <o> PDM_CONFIG_CLOCK_FREQ - Clock frequency

    // <134217728=> 1000k
    // <138412032=> 1032k (default)
    // <142606336=> 1067k

    #ifndef PDM_CONFIG_CLOCK_FREQ
    #define PDM_CONFIG_CLOCK_FREQ 138412032
    #endif

    // <o> PDM_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef PDM_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define PDM_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> POWER_ENABLED - nrf_drv_power - POWER peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef POWER_ENABLED
    #define POWER_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> POWER_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef POWER_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define POWER_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <q> POWER_CONFIG_DEFAULT_DCDCEN - The default configuration of main DCDC regulator

    // <i> This settings means only that components for DCDC regulator are installed and it can be enabled.

    #ifndef POWER_CONFIG_DEFAULT_DCDCEN
    #define POWER_CONFIG_DEFAULT_DCDCEN 0
    #endif

    // <q> POWER_CONFIG_DEFAULT_DCDCENHV - The default configuration of High Voltage DCDC regulator

    // <i> This settings means only that components for DCDC regulator are installed and it can be enabled.

    #ifndef POWER_CONFIG_DEFAULT_DCDCENHV
    #define POWER_CONFIG_DEFAULT_DCDCENHV 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> PPI_ENABLED - nrf_drv_ppi - PPI peripheral driver - legacy layer

    #ifndef PPI_ENABLED
    #define PPI_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> PWM_ENABLED - nrf_drv_pwm - PWM peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef PWM_ENABLED
    #define PWM_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT0_PIN - Out0 pin <0-31>


    #ifndef PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT0_PIN
    #define PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT0_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT1_PIN - Out1 pin <0-31>


    #ifndef PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT1_PIN
    #define PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT1_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT2_PIN - Out2 pin <0-31>


    #ifndef PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT2_PIN
    #define PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT2_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT3_PIN - Out3 pin <0-31>


    #ifndef PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT3_PIN
    #define PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_OUT3_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BASE_CLOCK - Base clock

    // <0=> 16 MHz
    // <1=> 8 MHz
    // <2=> 4 MHz
    // <3=> 2 MHz
    // <4=> 1 MHz
    // <5=> 500 kHz
    // <6=> 250 kHz
    // <7=> 125 kHz

    #ifndef PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BASE_CLOCK
    #define PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BASE_CLOCK 4
    #endif

    // <o> PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_COUNT_MODE - Count mode

    // <0=> Up
    // <1=> Up and Down

    #ifndef PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_COUNT_MODE
    #define PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_COUNT_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_TOP_VALUE - Top value
    #ifndef PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_TOP_VALUE
    #define PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_TOP_VALUE 1000
    #endif

    // <o> PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_LOAD_MODE - Load mode

    // <0=> Common
    // <1=> Grouped
    // <2=> Individual
    // <3=> Waveform

    #ifndef PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_LOAD_MODE
    #define PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_LOAD_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_STEP_MODE - Step mode

    // <0=> Auto
    // <1=> Triggered

    #ifndef PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_STEP_MODE
    #define PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_STEP_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define PWM_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <q> PWM0_ENABLED - Enable PWM0 instance

    #ifndef PWM0_ENABLED
    #define PWM0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> PWM1_ENABLED - Enable PWM1 instance

    #ifndef PWM1_ENABLED
    #define PWM1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> PWM2_ENABLED - Enable PWM2 instance

    #ifndef PWM2_ENABLED
    #define PWM2_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> PWM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED - Enables nRF52 Anomaly 109 workaround for PWM.

    // <i> The workaround uses interrupts to wake up the CPU and ensure
    // <i> it is active when PWM is about to start a DMA transfer. For
    // <i> initial transfer, done when a playback is started via PPI,
    // <i> a specific EGU instance is used to generate the interrupt.
    // <i> During the playback, the PWM interrupt triggered on SEQEND
    // <i> event of a preceding sequence is used to protect the transfer
    // <i> done for the next sequence to be played.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef PWM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED
    #define PWM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> PWM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_EGU_INSTANCE - EGU instance used by the nRF52 Anomaly 109 workaround for PWM.

    // <0=> EGU0
    // <1=> EGU1
    // <2=> EGU2
    // <3=> EGU3
    // <4=> EGU4
    // <5=> EGU5

    #ifndef PWM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_EGU_INSTANCE
    #define PWM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_EGU_INSTANCE 5
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> QDEC_ENABLED - nrf_drv_qdec - QDEC peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef QDEC_ENABLED
    #define QDEC_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> QDEC_CONFIG_REPORTPER - Report period

    // <0=> 10 Samples
    // <1=> 40 Samples
    // <2=> 80 Samples
    // <3=> 120 Samples
    // <4=> 160 Samples
    // <5=> 200 Samples
    // <6=> 240 Samples
    // <7=> 280 Samples

    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_REPORTPER
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_REPORTPER 0
    #endif

    // <o> QDEC_CONFIG_SAMPLEPER - Sample period

    // <0=> 128 us
    // <1=> 256 us
    // <2=> 512 us
    // <3=> 1024 us
    // <4=> 2048 us
    // <5=> 4096 us
    // <6=> 8192 us
    // <7=> 16384 us

    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_SAMPLEPER
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_SAMPLEPER 7
    #endif

    // <o> QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_A - A pin <0-31>


    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_A
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_A 31
    #endif

    // <o> QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_B - B pin <0-31>


    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_B
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_B 31
    #endif

    // <o> QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_LED - LED pin <0-31>


    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_LED
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_PIO_LED 31
    #endif

    // <o> QDEC_CONFIG_LEDPRE - LED pre
    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_LEDPRE
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_LEDPRE 511
    #endif

    // <o> QDEC_CONFIG_LEDPOL - LED polarity

    // <0=> Active low
    // <1=> Active high

    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_LEDPOL
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_LEDPOL 1
    #endif

    // <q> QDEC_CONFIG_DBFEN - Debouncing enable

    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_DBFEN
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_DBFEN 0
    #endif

    // <q> QDEC_CONFIG_SAMPLE_INTEN - Sample ready interrupt enable

    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_SAMPLE_INTEN
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_SAMPLE_INTEN 0
    #endif

    // <o> QDEC_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> QSPI_ENABLED - nrf_drv_qspi - QSPI peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef QSPI_ENABLED
    #define QSPI_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> QSPI_CONFIG_SCK_DELAY - tSHSL, tWHSL and tSHWL in number of 16 MHz periods (62.5 ns). <0-255>


    #ifndef QSPI_CONFIG_SCK_DELAY
    #define QSPI_CONFIG_SCK_DELAY 1
    #endif

    // <o> QSPI_CONFIG_XIP_OFFSET - Address offset in the external memory for Execute in Place operation.
    #ifndef QSPI_CONFIG_XIP_OFFSET
    #define QSPI_CONFIG_XIP_OFFSET 0
    #endif

    // <o> QSPI_CONFIG_READOC - Number of data lines and opcode used for reading.

    // <0=> FastRead
    // <1=> Read2O
    // <2=> Read2IO
    // <3=> Read4O
    // <4=> Read4IO

    #ifndef QSPI_CONFIG_READOC
    #define QSPI_CONFIG_READOC 0
    #endif

    // <o> QSPI_CONFIG_WRITEOC - Number of data lines and opcode used for writing.

    // <0=> PP
    // <1=> PP2O
    // <2=> PP4O
    // <3=> PP4IO

    #ifndef QSPI_CONFIG_WRITEOC
    #define QSPI_CONFIG_WRITEOC 0
    #endif

    // <o> QSPI_CONFIG_ADDRMODE - Addressing mode.

    // <0=> 24bit
    // <1=> 32bit

    #ifndef QSPI_CONFIG_ADDRMODE
    #define QSPI_CONFIG_ADDRMODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> QSPI_CONFIG_MODE - SPI mode.

    // <0=> Mode 0
    // <1=> Mode 1

    #ifndef QSPI_CONFIG_MODE
    #define QSPI_CONFIG_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> QSPI_CONFIG_FREQUENCY - Frequency divider.

    // <0=> 32MHz/1
    // <1=> 32MHz/2
    // <2=> 32MHz/3
    // <3=> 32MHz/4
    // <4=> 32MHz/5
    // <5=> 32MHz/6
    // <6=> 32MHz/7
    // <7=> 32MHz/8
    // <8=> 32MHz/9
    // <9=> 32MHz/10
    // <10=> 32MHz/11
    // <11=> 32MHz/12
    // <12=> 32MHz/13
    // <13=> 32MHz/14
    // <14=> 32MHz/15
    // <15=> 32MHz/16

    #ifndef QSPI_CONFIG_FREQUENCY
    #define QSPI_CONFIG_FREQUENCY 15
    #endif

    // <s> QSPI_PIN_SCK - SCK pin value.
    #ifndef QSPI_PIN_SCK
    #define QSPI_PIN_SCK NRF_QSPI_PIN_NOT_CONNECTED
    #endif

    // <s> QSPI_PIN_CSN - CSN pin value.
    #ifndef QSPI_PIN_CSN
    #define QSPI_PIN_CSN NRF_QSPI_PIN_NOT_CONNECTED
    #endif

    // <s> QSPI_PIN_IO0 - IO0 pin value.
    #ifndef QSPI_PIN_IO0
    #define QSPI_PIN_IO0 NRF_QSPI_PIN_NOT_CONNECTED
    #endif

    // <s> QSPI_PIN_IO1 - IO1 pin value.
    #ifndef QSPI_PIN_IO1
    #define QSPI_PIN_IO1 NRF_QSPI_PIN_NOT_CONNECTED
    #endif

    // <s> QSPI_PIN_IO2 - IO2 pin value.
    #ifndef QSPI_PIN_IO2
    #define QSPI_PIN_IO2 NRF_QSPI_PIN_NOT_CONNECTED
    #endif

    // <s> QSPI_PIN_IO3 - IO3 pin value.
    #ifndef QSPI_PIN_IO3
    #define QSPI_PIN_IO3 NRF_QSPI_PIN_NOT_CONNECTED
    #endif

    // <o> QSPI_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef QSPI_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define QSPI_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> RNG_ENABLED - nrf_drv_rng - RNG peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef RNG_ENABLED
    #define RNG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> RNG_CONFIG_ERROR_CORRECTION - Error correction

    #ifndef RNG_CONFIG_ERROR_CORRECTION
    #define RNG_CONFIG_ERROR_CORRECTION 1
    #endif

    // <o> RNG_CONFIG_POOL_SIZE - Pool size
    #ifndef RNG_CONFIG_POOL_SIZE
    #define RNG_CONFIG_POOL_SIZE 64
    #endif

    // <o> RNG_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef RNG_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define RNG_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> RTC_ENABLED - nrf_drv_rtc - RTC peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef RTC_ENABLED
    #define RTC_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY - Frequency <16-32768>


    #ifndef RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY
    #define RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY 32768
    #endif

    // <q> RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_RELIABLE - Ensures safe compare event triggering

    #ifndef RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_RELIABLE
    #define RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_RELIABLE 0
    #endif

    // <o> RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define RTC_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <q> RTC0_ENABLED - Enable RTC0 instance

    #ifndef RTC0_ENABLED
    #define RTC0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> RTC1_ENABLED - Enable RTC1 instance

    #ifndef RTC1_ENABLED
    #define RTC1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> RTC2_ENABLED - Enable RTC2 instance

    #ifndef RTC2_ENABLED
    #define RTC2_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_MAXIMUM_LATENCY_US - Maximum possible time[us] in highest priority interrupt
    #ifndef NRF_MAXIMUM_LATENCY_US
    #define NRF_MAXIMUM_LATENCY_US 2000
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> SAADC_ENABLED - nrf_drv_saadc - SAADC peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef SAADC_ENABLED
    #define SAADC_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> SAADC_CONFIG_RESOLUTION - Resolution

    // <0=> 8 bit
    // <1=> 10 bit
    // <2=> 12 bit
    // <3=> 14 bit

    #ifndef SAADC_CONFIG_RESOLUTION
    #define SAADC_CONFIG_RESOLUTION 1
    #endif

    // <o> SAADC_CONFIG_OVERSAMPLE - Sample period

    // <0=> Disabled
    // <1=> 2x
    // <2=> 4x
    // <3=> 8x
    // <4=> 16x
    // <5=> 32x
    // <6=> 64x
    // <7=> 128x
    // <8=> 256x

    #ifndef SAADC_CONFIG_OVERSAMPLE
    #define SAADC_CONFIG_OVERSAMPLE 0
    #endif

    // <q> SAADC_CONFIG_LP_MODE - Enabling low power mode

    #ifndef SAADC_CONFIG_LP_MODE
    #define SAADC_CONFIG_LP_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> SAADC_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef SAADC_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define SAADC_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> SPIS_ENABLED - nrf_drv_spis - SPIS peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef SPIS_ENABLED
    #define SPIS_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> SPIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef SPIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define SPIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <o> SPIS_DEFAULT_MODE - Mode

    // <0=> MODE_0
    // <1=> MODE_1
    // <2=> MODE_2
    // <3=> MODE_3

    #ifndef SPIS_DEFAULT_MODE
    #define SPIS_DEFAULT_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> SPIS_DEFAULT_BIT_ORDER - SPIS default bit order

    // <0=> MSB first
    // <1=> LSB first

    #ifndef SPIS_DEFAULT_BIT_ORDER
    #define SPIS_DEFAULT_BIT_ORDER 0
    #endif

    // <o> SPIS_DEFAULT_DEF - SPIS default DEF character <0-255>


    #ifndef SPIS_DEFAULT_DEF
    #define SPIS_DEFAULT_DEF 255
    #endif

    // <o> SPIS_DEFAULT_ORC - SPIS default ORC character <0-255>


    #ifndef SPIS_DEFAULT_ORC
    #define SPIS_DEFAULT_ORC 255
    #endif

    // <q> SPIS0_ENABLED - Enable SPIS0 instance

    #ifndef SPIS0_ENABLED
    #define SPIS0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> SPIS1_ENABLED - Enable SPIS1 instance

    #ifndef SPIS1_ENABLED
    #define SPIS1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> SPIS2_ENABLED - Enable SPIS2 instance

    #ifndef SPIS2_ENABLED
    #define SPIS2_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> SPIS_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED - Enables nRF52 Anomaly 109 workaround for SPIS.

    // <i> The workaround uses a GPIOTE channel to generate interrupts
    // <i> on falling edges detected on the CSN line. This will make
    // <i> the CPU active for the moment when SPIS starts DMA transfers,
    // <i> and this way the transfers will be protected.
    // <i> This workaround uses GPIOTE driver, so this driver must be
    // <i> enabled as well.

    #ifndef SPIS_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED
    #define SPIS_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> SPI_ENABLED - nrf_drv_spi - SPI/SPIM peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef SPI_ENABLED
    #define SPI_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> SPI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef SPI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define SPI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SPI_DRV_MISO_PULLUP_CFG - MISO PIN pull-up configuration.

    // <0=> NRF_GPIO_PIN_NOPULL
    // <1=> NRF_GPIO_PIN_PULLDOWN
    // <3=> NRF_GPIO_PIN_PULLUP

    #ifndef NRF_SPI_DRV_MISO_PULLUP_CFG
    #define NRF_SPI_DRV_MISO_PULLUP_CFG 1
    #endif

    // <e> SPI0_ENABLED - Enable SPI0 instance
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef SPI0_ENABLED
    #define SPI0_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> SPI0_USE_EASY_DMA - Use EasyDMA

    #ifndef SPI0_USE_EASY_DMA
    #define SPI0_USE_EASY_DMA 1
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> SPI1_ENABLED - Enable SPI1 instance
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef SPI1_ENABLED
    #define SPI1_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> SPI1_USE_EASY_DMA - Use EasyDMA

    #ifndef SPI1_USE_EASY_DMA
    #define SPI1_USE_EASY_DMA 1
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> SPI2_ENABLED - Enable SPI2 instance
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef SPI2_ENABLED
    #define SPI2_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> SPI2_USE_EASY_DMA - Use EasyDMA

    #ifndef SPI2_USE_EASY_DMA
    #define SPI2_USE_EASY_DMA 1
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> SPIM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED - Enables nRF52 anomaly 109 workaround for SPIM.

    // <i> The workaround uses interrupts to wake up the CPU by catching
    // <i> a start event of zero-length transmission to start the clock. This
    // <i> ensures that the DMA transfer will be executed without issues and
    // <i> that the proper transfer will be started. See more in the Errata
    // <i> document or Anomaly 109 Addendum located at
    // <i> infocenter.nordicsemi.com/

    #ifndef SPIM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED
    #define SPIM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> TIMER_ENABLED - nrf_drv_timer - TIMER periperal driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef TIMER_ENABLED
    #define TIMER_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY - Timer frequency if in Timer mode

    // <0=> 16 MHz
    // <1=> 8 MHz
    // <2=> 4 MHz
    // <3=> 2 MHz
    // <4=> 1 MHz
    // <5=> 500 kHz
    // <6=> 250 kHz
    // <7=> 125 kHz
    // <8=> 62.5 kHz
    // <9=> 31.25 kHz

    #ifndef TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY
    #define TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY 0
    #endif

    // <o> TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_MODE - Timer mode or operation

    // <0=> Timer
    // <1=> Counter

    #ifndef TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_MODE
    #define TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BIT_WIDTH - Timer counter bit width

    // <0=> 16 bit
    // <1=> 8 bit
    // <2=> 24 bit
    // <3=> 32 bit

    #ifndef TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BIT_WIDTH
    #define TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BIT_WIDTH 0
    #endif

    // <o> TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define TIMER_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <q> TIMER0_ENABLED - Enable TIMER0 instance

    #ifndef TIMER0_ENABLED
    #define TIMER0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> TIMER1_ENABLED - Enable TIMER1 instance

    #ifndef TIMER1_ENABLED
    #define TIMER1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> TIMER2_ENABLED - Enable TIMER2 instance

    #ifndef TIMER2_ENABLED
    #define TIMER2_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> TIMER3_ENABLED - Enable TIMER3 instance

    #ifndef TIMER3_ENABLED
    #define TIMER3_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> TIMER4_ENABLED - Enable TIMER4 instance

    #ifndef TIMER4_ENABLED
    #define TIMER4_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> TWIS_ENABLED - nrf_drv_twis - TWIS peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef TWIS_ENABLED
    #define TWIS_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> TWIS0_ENABLED - Enable TWIS0 instance

    #ifndef TWIS0_ENABLED
    #define TWIS0_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> TWIS1_ENABLED - Enable TWIS1 instance

    #ifndef TWIS1_ENABLED
    #define TWIS1_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> TWIS_ASSUME_INIT_AFTER_RESET_ONLY - Assume that any instance would be initialized only once

    // <i> Optimization flag. Registers used by TWIS are shared by other peripherals. Normally, during initialization driver tries to clear all registers to known state before doing the initialization itself. This gives initialization safe procedure, no matter when it would be called. If you activate TWIS only once and do never uninitialize it - set this flag to 1 what gives more optimal code.

    #ifndef TWIS_ASSUME_INIT_AFTER_RESET_ONLY
    #define TWIS_ASSUME_INIT_AFTER_RESET_ONLY 0
    #endif

    // <q> TWIS_NO_SYNC_MODE - Remove support for synchronous mode

    // <i> Synchronous mode would be used in specific situations. And it uses some additional code and data memory to safely process state machine by polling it in status functions. If this functionality is not required it may be disabled to free some resources.

    #ifndef TWIS_NO_SYNC_MODE
    #define TWIS_NO_SYNC_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <o> TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_ADDR0 - Address0
    #ifndef TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_ADDR0
    #define TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_ADDR0 0
    #endif

    // <o> TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_ADDR1 - Address1
    #ifndef TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_ADDR1
    #define TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_ADDR1 0
    #endif

    // <o> TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_SCL_PULL - SCL pin pull configuration

    // <0=> Disabled
    // <1=> Pull down
    // <3=> Pull up

    #ifndef TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_SCL_PULL
    #define TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_SCL_PULL 0
    #endif

    // <o> TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_SDA_PULL - SDA pin pull configuration

    // <0=> Disabled
    // <1=> Pull down
    // <3=> Pull up

    #ifndef TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_SDA_PULL
    #define TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_SDA_PULL 0
    #endif

    // <o> TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define TWIS_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> TWI_ENABLED - nrf_drv_twi - TWI/TWIM peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef TWI_ENABLED
    #define TWI_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY - Frequency

    // <26738688=> 100k
    // <67108864=> 250k
    // <104857600=> 400k

    #ifndef TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY
    #define TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_FREQUENCY 26738688
    #endif

    // <q> TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_CLR_BUS_INIT - Enables bus clearing procedure during init

    #ifndef TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_CLR_BUS_INIT
    #define TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_CLR_BUS_INIT 0
    #endif

    // <q> TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HOLD_BUS_UNINIT - Enables bus holding after uninit

    #ifndef TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HOLD_BUS_UNINIT
    #define TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HOLD_BUS_UNINIT 0
    #endif

    // <o> TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define TWI_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> TWI0_ENABLED - Enable TWI0 instance
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef TWI0_ENABLED
    #define TWI0_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> TWI0_USE_EASY_DMA - Use EasyDMA (if present)

    #ifndef TWI0_USE_EASY_DMA
    #define TWI0_USE_EASY_DMA 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> TWI1_ENABLED - Enable TWI1 instance
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef TWI1_ENABLED
    #define TWI1_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> TWI1_USE_EASY_DMA - Use EasyDMA (if present)

    #ifndef TWI1_USE_EASY_DMA
    #define TWI1_USE_EASY_DMA 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> TWIM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED - Enables nRF52 anomaly 109 workaround for TWIM.

    // <i> The workaround uses interrupts to wake up the CPU by catching
    // <i> the start event of zero-frequency transmission, clear the
    // <i> peripheral, set desired frequency, start the peripheral, and
    // <i> the proper transmission. See more in the Errata document or
    // <i> Anomaly 109 Addendum located at infocenter.nordicsemi.com/

    #ifndef TWIM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED
    #define TWIM_NRF52_ANOMALY_109_WORKAROUND_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> UART_ENABLED - nrf_drv_uart - UART/UARTE peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef UART_ENABLED
    #define UART_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HWFC - Hardware Flow Control

    // <0=> Disabled
    // <1=> Enabled

    #ifndef UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HWFC
    #define UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_HWFC 0
    #endif

    // <o> UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_PARITY - Parity

    // <0=> Excluded
    // <14=> Included

    #ifndef UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_PARITY
    #define UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_PARITY 0
    #endif

    // <o> UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BAUDRATE - Default Baudrate

    // <323584=> 1200 baud
    // <643072=> 2400 baud
    // <1290240=> 4800 baud
    // <2576384=> 9600 baud
    // <3862528=> 14400 baud
    // <5152768=> 19200 baud
    // <7716864=> 28800 baud
    // <10289152=> 38400 baud
    // <15400960=> 57600 baud
    // <20615168=> 76800 baud
    // <30801920=> 115200 baud
    // <61865984=> 230400 baud
    // <67108864=> 250000 baud
    // <121634816=> 460800 baud
    // <251658240=> 921600 baud
    // <268435456=> 1000000 baud

    #ifndef UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BAUDRATE
    #define UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_BAUDRATE 30801920
    #endif

    // <o> UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define UART_DEFAULT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <q> UART_EASY_DMA_SUPPORT - Driver supporting EasyDMA

    #ifndef UART_EASY_DMA_SUPPORT
    #define UART_EASY_DMA_SUPPORT 1
    #endif

    // <q> UART_LEGACY_SUPPORT - Driver supporting Legacy mode

    #ifndef UART_LEGACY_SUPPORT
    #define UART_LEGACY_SUPPORT 1
    #endif

    // <e> UART0_ENABLED - Enable UART0 instance
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef UART0_ENABLED
    #define UART0_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <q> UART0_CONFIG_USE_EASY_DMA - Default setting for using EasyDMA

    #ifndef UART0_CONFIG_USE_EASY_DMA
    #define UART0_CONFIG_USE_EASY_DMA 1
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> USBD_ENABLED - nrf_drv_usbd - USB driver
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef USBD_ENABLED
    #define USBD_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> USBD_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef USBD_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define USBD_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <o> USBD_CONFIG_DMASCHEDULER_MODE - USBD SMA scheduler working scheme

    // <0=> Prioritized access
    // <1=> Round Robin

    #ifndef USBD_CONFIG_DMASCHEDULER_MODE
    #define USBD_CONFIG_DMASCHEDULER_MODE 0
    #endif

    // <q> USBD_CONFIG_DMASCHEDULER_ISO_BOOST - Give priority to isochronous transfers

    // <i> This option gives priority to isochronous transfers.
    // <i> Enabling it assures that isochronous transfers are always processed,
    // <i> even if multiple other transfers are pending.
    // <i> Isochronous endpoints are prioritized before the usbd_dma_scheduler_algorithm
    // <i> function is called, so the option is independent of the algorithm chosen.

    #ifndef USBD_CONFIG_DMASCHEDULER_ISO_BOOST
    #define USBD_CONFIG_DMASCHEDULER_ISO_BOOST 1
    #endif

    // <q> USBD_CONFIG_ISO_IN_ZLP - Respond to an IN token on ISO IN endpoint with ZLP when no data is ready

    // <i> If set, ISO IN endpoint will respond to an IN token with ZLP when no data is ready to be sent.
    // <i> Else, there will be no response.

    #ifndef USBD_CONFIG_ISO_IN_ZLP
    #define USBD_CONFIG_ISO_IN_ZLP 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> WDT_ENABLED - nrf_drv_wdt - WDT peripheral driver - legacy layer
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef WDT_ENABLED
    #define WDT_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> WDT_CONFIG_BEHAVIOUR - WDT behavior in CPU SLEEP or HALT mode

    // <1=> Run in SLEEP, Pause in HALT
    // <8=> Pause in SLEEP, Run in HALT
    // <9=> Run in SLEEP and HALT
    // <0=> Pause in SLEEP and HALT

    #ifndef WDT_CONFIG_BEHAVIOUR
    #define WDT_CONFIG_BEHAVIOUR 1
    #endif

    // <o> WDT_CONFIG_RELOAD_VALUE - Reload value <15-4294967295>


    #ifndef WDT_CONFIG_RELOAD_VALUE
    #define WDT_CONFIG_RELOAD_VALUE 2000
    #endif

    // <o> WDT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef WDT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define WDT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <h> nrfx_qspi - QSPI peripheral driver

    //==========================================================
    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nRF_Drivers_External

    //==========================================================
    // <q> NRF_TWI_SENSOR_ENABLED - nrf_twi_sensor - nRF TWI Sensor module

    #ifndef NRF_TWI_SENSOR_ENABLED
    #define NRF_TWI_SENSOR_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nRF_Libraries

    //==========================================================
    // <q> APP_GPIOTE_ENABLED - app_gpiote - GPIOTE events dispatcher

    #ifndef APP_GPIOTE_ENABLED
    #define APP_GPIOTE_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> APP_PWM_ENABLED - app_pwm - PWM functionality

    #ifndef APP_PWM_ENABLED
    #define APP_PWM_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> APP_SCHEDULER_ENABLED - app_scheduler - Events scheduler
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_SCHEDULER_ENABLED
    #define APP_SCHEDULER_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <q> APP_SCHEDULER_WITH_PAUSE - Enabling pause feature

    #ifndef APP_SCHEDULER_WITH_PAUSE
    #define APP_SCHEDULER_WITH_PAUSE 0
    #endif

    // <q> APP_SCHEDULER_WITH_PROFILER - Enabling scheduler profiling

    #ifndef APP_SCHEDULER_WITH_PROFILER
    #define APP_SCHEDULER_WITH_PROFILER 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> APP_SDCARD_ENABLED - app_sdcard - SD/MMC card support using SPI
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_SDCARD_ENABLED
    #define APP_SDCARD_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> APP_SDCARD_SPI_INSTANCE - SPI instance used

    // <0=> 0
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2

    #ifndef APP_SDCARD_SPI_INSTANCE
    #define APP_SDCARD_SPI_INSTANCE 0
    #endif

    // <o> APP_SDCARD_FREQ_INIT - SPI frequency

    // <33554432=> 125 kHz
    // <67108864=> 250 kHz
    // <134217728=> 500 kHz
    // <268435456=> 1 MHz
    // <536870912=> 2 MHz
    // <1073741824=> 4 MHz
    // <2147483648=> 8 MHz

    #ifndef APP_SDCARD_FREQ_INIT
    #define APP_SDCARD_FREQ_INIT 67108864
    #endif

    // <o> APP_SDCARD_FREQ_DATA - SPI frequency

    // <33554432=> 125 kHz
    // <67108864=> 250 kHz
    // <134217728=> 500 kHz
    // <268435456=> 1 MHz
    // <536870912=> 2 MHz
    // <1073741824=> 4 MHz
    // <2147483648=> 8 MHz

    #ifndef APP_SDCARD_FREQ_DATA
    #define APP_SDCARD_FREQ_DATA 1073741824
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> APP_TIMER_ENABLED - app_timer - Application timer functionality
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_TIMER_ENABLED
    #define APP_TIMER_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> APP_TIMER_CONFIG_RTC_FREQUENCY - Configure RTC prescaler.

    // <0=> 32768 Hz
    // <1=> 16384 Hz
    // <3=> 8192 Hz
    // <7=> 4096 Hz
    // <15=> 2048 Hz
    // <31=> 1024 Hz

    #ifndef APP_TIMER_CONFIG_RTC_FREQUENCY
    #define APP_TIMER_CONFIG_RTC_FREQUENCY 0
    #endif

    // <o> APP_TIMER_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef APP_TIMER_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define APP_TIMER_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <o> APP_TIMER_CONFIG_OP_QUEUE_SIZE - Capacity of timer requests queue.
    // <i> Size of the queue depends on how many timers are used
    // <i> in the system, how often timers are started and overall
    // <i> system latency. If queue size is too small app_timer calls
    // <i> will fail.

    #ifndef APP_TIMER_CONFIG_OP_QUEUE_SIZE
    #define APP_TIMER_CONFIG_OP_QUEUE_SIZE 10
    #endif

    // <q> APP_TIMER_CONFIG_USE_SCHEDULER - Enable scheduling app_timer events to app_scheduler

    #ifndef APP_TIMER_CONFIG_USE_SCHEDULER
    #define APP_TIMER_CONFIG_USE_SCHEDULER 1
    #endif

    // <q> APP_TIMER_KEEPS_RTC_ACTIVE - Enable RTC always on

    // <i> If option is enabled RTC is kept running even if there is no active timers.
    // <i> This option can be used when app_timer is used for timestamping.

    #ifndef APP_TIMER_KEEPS_RTC_ACTIVE
    #define APP_TIMER_KEEPS_RTC_ACTIVE 1
    #endif

    // <o> APP_TIMER_SAFE_WINDOW_MS - Maximum possible latency (in milliseconds) of handling app_timer event.
    // <i> Maximum possible timeout that can be set is reduced by safe window.
    // <i> Example: RTC frequency 16384 Hz, maximum possible timeout 1024 seconds - APP_TIMER_SAFE_WINDOW_MS.
    // <i> Since RTC is not stopped when processor is halted in debugging session, this value
    // <i> must cover it if debugging is needed. It is possible to halt processor for APP_TIMER_SAFE_WINDOW_MS
    // <i> without corrupting app_timer behavior.

    #ifndef APP_TIMER_SAFE_WINDOW_MS
    #define APP_TIMER_SAFE_WINDOW_MS 300000
    #endif

    // <h> App Timer Legacy configuration - Legacy configuration.

    //==========================================================
    // <q> APP_TIMER_WITH_PROFILER - Enable app_timer profiling

    #ifndef APP_TIMER_WITH_PROFILER
    #define APP_TIMER_WITH_PROFILER 0
    #endif

    // <q> APP_TIMER_CONFIG_SWI_NUMBER - Configure SWI instance used.

    #ifndef APP_TIMER_CONFIG_SWI_NUMBER
    #define APP_TIMER_CONFIG_SWI_NUMBER 0
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // </e>

    // <q> APP_USBD_AUDIO_ENABLED - app_usbd_audio - USB AUDIO class

    #ifndef APP_USBD_AUDIO_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_AUDIO_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> APP_USBD_ENABLED - app_usbd - USB Device library
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_USBD_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> APP_USBD_VID - Vendor ID. <0x0000-0xFFFF>


    // <i> Note: This value is not editable in Configuration Wizard.
    // <i> Vendor ID ordered from USB IF: www.usb.org/.../

    #ifndef APP_USBD_VID
    #define APP_USBD_VID 0
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_PID - Product ID. <0x0000-0xFFFF>


    // <i> Note: This value is not editable in Configuration Wizard.
    // <i> Selected Product ID

    #ifndef APP_USBD_PID
    #define APP_USBD_PID 0
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_DEVICE_VER_MAJOR - Device version, major part. <0-99>


    // <i> Device version, will be converted automatically to BCD notation. Use just decimal values.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_DEVICE_VER_MAJOR
    #define APP_USBD_DEVICE_VER_MAJOR 1
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_DEVICE_VER_MINOR - Device version, minor part. <0-99>


    // <i> Device version, will be converted automatically to BCD notation. Use just decimal values.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_DEVICE_VER_MINOR
    #define APP_USBD_DEVICE_VER_MINOR 0
    #endif

    // <q> APP_USBD_CONFIG_SELF_POWERED - Self-powered device, as opposed to bus-powered.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CONFIG_SELF_POWERED
    #define APP_USBD_CONFIG_SELF_POWERED 1
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_CONFIG_MAX_POWER - MaxPower field in configuration descriptor in milliamps. <0-500>


    #ifndef APP_USBD_CONFIG_MAX_POWER
    #define APP_USBD_CONFIG_MAX_POWER 500
    #endif

    // <q> APP_USBD_CONFIG_POWER_EVENTS_PROCESS - Process power events.

    // <i> Enable processing power events in USB event handler.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CONFIG_POWER_EVENTS_PROCESS
    #define APP_USBD_CONFIG_POWER_EVENTS_PROCESS 1
    #endif

    // <e> APP_USBD_CONFIG_EVENT_QUEUE_ENABLE - Enable event queue.

    // <i> This is the default configuration when all the events are placed into internal queue.
    // <i> Disable it when an external queue is used like app_scheduler or if you wish to process all events inside interrupts.
    // <i> Processing all events from the interrupt level adds requirement not to call any functions that modifies the USBD library state from the context higher than USB interrupt context.
    // <i> Functions that modify USBD state are functions for sleep, wakeup, start, stop, enable, and disable.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_USBD_CONFIG_EVENT_QUEUE_ENABLE
    #define APP_USBD_CONFIG_EVENT_QUEUE_ENABLE 1
    #endif
    // <o> APP_USBD_CONFIG_EVENT_QUEUE_SIZE - The size of the event queue. <16-64>


    // <i> The size of the queue for the events that would be processed in the main loop.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CONFIG_EVENT_QUEUE_SIZE
    #define APP_USBD_CONFIG_EVENT_QUEUE_SIZE 32
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_CONFIG_SOF_HANDLING_MODE - Change SOF events handling mode.

    // <i> Normal queue - SOF events are pushed normally into the event queue.
    // <i> Compress queue - SOF events are counted and binded with other events or executed when the queue is empty.
    // <i> This prevents the queue from filling up with SOF events.
    // <i> Interrupt - SOF events are processed in interrupt.
    // <0=> Normal queue
    // <1=> Compress queue
    // <2=> Interrupt

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CONFIG_SOF_HANDLING_MODE
    #define APP_USBD_CONFIG_SOF_HANDLING_MODE 1
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> APP_USBD_CONFIG_SOF_TIMESTAMP_PROVIDE - Provide a function that generates timestamps for logs based on the current SOF.

    // <i> The function app_usbd_sof_timestamp_get is implemented if the logger is enabled.
    // <i> Use it when initializing the logger.
    // <i> SOF processing is always enabled when this configuration parameter is active.
    // <i> Note: This option is configured outside of APP_USBD_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED.
    // <i> This means that it works even if the logging in this very module is disabled.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CONFIG_SOF_TIMESTAMP_PROVIDE
    #define APP_USBD_CONFIG_SOF_TIMESTAMP_PROVIDE 0
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_CONFIG_DESC_STRING_SIZE - Maximum size of the NULL-terminated string of the string descriptor. <31-254>


    // <i> 31 characters can be stored in the internal USB buffer used for transfers.
    // <i> Any value higher than 31 creates an additional buffer just for descriptor strings.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CONFIG_DESC_STRING_SIZE
    #define APP_USBD_CONFIG_DESC_STRING_SIZE 31
    #endif

    // <q> APP_USBD_CONFIG_DESC_STRING_UTF_ENABLED - Enable UTF8 conversion.

    // <i> Enable UTF8-encoded characters. In normal processing, only ASCII characters are available.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CONFIG_DESC_STRING_UTF_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_CONFIG_DESC_STRING_UTF_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <s> APP_USBD_STRINGS_LANGIDS - Supported languages identifiers.

    // <i> Note: This value is not editable in Configuration Wizard.
    // <i> Comma-separated list of supported languages.
    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRINGS_LANGIDS
    #define APP_USBD_STRINGS_LANGIDS APP_USBD_LANG_AND_SUBLANG(APP_USBD_LANG_ENGLISH, APP_USBD_SUBLANG_ENGLISH_US)
    #endif

    // <e> APP_USBD_STRING_ID_MANUFACTURER - Define manufacturer string ID.

    // <i> Setting ID to 0 disables the string.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRING_ID_MANUFACTURER
    #define APP_USBD_STRING_ID_MANUFACTURER 1
    #endif
    // <q> APP_USBD_STRINGS_MANUFACTURER_EXTERN - Define whether @ref APP_USBD_STRINGS_MANUFACTURER is created by macro or declared as a global variable.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRINGS_MANUFACTURER_EXTERN
    #define APP_USBD_STRINGS_MANUFACTURER_EXTERN 0
    #endif

    // <s> APP_USBD_STRINGS_MANUFACTURER - String descriptor for the manufacturer name.

    // <i> Note: This value is not editable in Configuration Wizard.
    // <i> Comma-separated list of manufacturer names for each defined language.
    // <i> Use @ref APP_USBD_STRING_DESC macro to create string descriptor from a NULL-terminated string.
    // <i> Use @ref APP_USBD_STRING_RAW8_DESC macro to create string descriptor from comma-separated uint8_t values.
    // <i> Use @ref APP_USBD_STRING_RAW16_DESC macro to create string descriptor from comma-separated uint16_t values.
    // <i> Alternatively, configure the macro to point to any internal variable pointer that already contains the descriptor.
    // <i> Setting string to NULL disables that string.
    // <i> The order of manufacturer names must be the same like in @ref APP_USBD_STRINGS_LANGIDS.
    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRINGS_MANUFACTURER
    #define APP_USBD_STRINGS_MANUFACTURER APP_USBD_STRING_DESC("Nordic Semiconductor")
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> APP_USBD_STRING_ID_PRODUCT - Define product string ID.

    // <i> Setting ID to 0 disables the string.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRING_ID_PRODUCT
    #define APP_USBD_STRING_ID_PRODUCT 2
    #endif
    // <q> APP_USBD_STRINGS_PRODUCT_EXTERN - Define whether @ref APP_USBD_STRINGS_PRODUCT is created by macro or declared as a global variable.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRINGS_PRODUCT_EXTERN
    #define APP_USBD_STRINGS_PRODUCT_EXTERN 0
    #endif

    // <s> APP_USBD_STRINGS_PRODUCT - String descriptor for the product name.

    // <i> Note: This value is not editable in Configuration Wizard.
    // <i> List of product names that is defined the same way like in @ref APP_USBD_STRINGS_MANUFACTURER.
    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRINGS_PRODUCT
    #define APP_USBD_STRINGS_PRODUCT APP_USBD_STRING_DESC("nRF52 USB Product")
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> APP_USBD_STRING_ID_SERIAL - Define serial number string ID.

    // <i> Setting ID to 0 disables the string.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRING_ID_SERIAL
    #define APP_USBD_STRING_ID_SERIAL 3
    #endif
    // <q> APP_USBD_STRING_SERIAL_EXTERN - Define whether @ref APP_USBD_STRING_SERIAL is created by macro or declared as a global variable.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRING_SERIAL_EXTERN
    #define APP_USBD_STRING_SERIAL_EXTERN 0
    #endif

    // <s> APP_USBD_STRING_SERIAL - String descriptor for the serial number.

    // <i> Note: This value is not editable in Configuration Wizard.
    // <i> Serial number that is defined the same way like in @ref APP_USBD_STRINGS_MANUFACTURER.
    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRING_SERIAL
    #define APP_USBD_STRING_SERIAL APP_USBD_STRING_DESC("000000000000")
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> APP_USBD_STRING_ID_CONFIGURATION - Define configuration string ID.

    // <i> Setting ID to 0 disables the string.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRING_ID_CONFIGURATION
    #define APP_USBD_STRING_ID_CONFIGURATION 4
    #endif
    // <q> APP_USBD_STRING_CONFIGURATION_EXTERN - Define whether @ref APP_USBD_STRINGS_CONFIGURATION is created by macro or declared as global variable.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRING_CONFIGURATION_EXTERN
    #define APP_USBD_STRING_CONFIGURATION_EXTERN 0
    #endif

    // <s> APP_USBD_STRINGS_CONFIGURATION - String descriptor for the device configuration.

    // <i> Note: This value is not editable in Configuration Wizard.
    // <i> Configuration string that is defined the same way like in @ref APP_USBD_STRINGS_MANUFACTURER.
    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRINGS_CONFIGURATION
    #define APP_USBD_STRINGS_CONFIGURATION APP_USBD_STRING_DESC("Default configuration")
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <s> APP_USBD_STRINGS_USER - Default values for user strings.

    // <i> Note: This value is not editable in Configuration Wizard.
    // <i> This value stores all application specific user strings with the default initialization.
    // <i> The setup is done by X-macros.
    // <i> Expected macro parameters:
    // <i> @code
    // <i> X(mnemonic, [=str_idx], ...)
    // <i> @endcode
    // <i> - @c mnemonic: Mnemonic of the string descriptor that would be added to
    // <i> @ref app_usbd_string_desc_idx_t enumerator.
    // <i> - @c str_idx : String index value, can be set or left empty.
    // <i> For example, WinUSB driver requires descriptor to be present on 0xEE index.
    // <i> Then use X(USBD_STRING_WINUSB, =0xEE, (APP_USBD_STRING_DESC(...)))
    // <i> - @c ... : List of string descriptors for each defined language.
    #ifndef APP_USBD_STRINGS_USER
    #define APP_USBD_STRINGS_USER X(APP_USER_1, , APP_USBD_STRING_DESC("User 1"))
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> APP_USBD_HID_ENABLED - app_usbd_hid - USB HID class
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_USBD_HID_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_HID_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> APP_USBD_HID_DEFAULT_IDLE_RATE - Default idle rate for HID class. <0-255>


    // <i> 0 means indefinite duration, any other value is multiplied by 4 milliseconds. Refer to Chapter 7.2.4 of HID 1.11 Specification.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_HID_DEFAULT_IDLE_RATE
    #define APP_USBD_HID_DEFAULT_IDLE_RATE 0
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_HID_REPORT_IDLE_TABLE_SIZE - Size of idle rate table. <1-255>


    // <i> Must be higher than the highest report ID used.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_HID_REPORT_IDLE_TABLE_SIZE
    #define APP_USBD_HID_REPORT_IDLE_TABLE_SIZE 4
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> APP_USBD_HID_GENERIC_ENABLED - app_usbd_hid_generic - USB HID generic

    #ifndef APP_USBD_HID_GENERIC_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_HID_GENERIC_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> APP_USBD_HID_KBD_ENABLED - app_usbd_hid_kbd - USB HID keyboard

    #ifndef APP_USBD_HID_KBD_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_HID_KBD_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> APP_USBD_HID_MOUSE_ENABLED - app_usbd_hid_mouse - USB HID mouse

    #ifndef APP_USBD_HID_MOUSE_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_HID_MOUSE_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> APP_USBD_MSC_ENABLED - app_usbd_msc - USB MSC class

    #ifndef APP_USBD_MSC_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_MSC_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> CRC16_ENABLED - crc16 - CRC16 calculation routines

    #ifndef CRC16_ENABLED
    #define CRC16_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> CRC32_ENABLED - crc32 - CRC32 calculation routines

    #ifndef CRC32_ENABLED
    #define CRC32_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> ECC_ENABLED - ecc - Elliptic Curve Cryptography Library

    #ifndef ECC_ENABLED
    #define ECC_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> FDS_ENABLED - fds - Flash data storage module
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef FDS_ENABLED
    #define FDS_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <h> Pages - Virtual page settings

    // <i> Configure the number of virtual pages to use and their size.
    //==========================================================
    // <o> FDS_VIRTUAL_PAGES - Number of virtual flash pages to use.
    // <i> One of the virtual pages is reserved by the system for garbage collection.
    // <i> Therefore, the minimum is two virtual pages: one page to store data and one page to be used by the system for garbage collection.
    // <i> The total amount of flash memory that is used by FDS amounts to @ref FDS_VIRTUAL_PAGES * @ref FDS_VIRTUAL_PAGE_SIZE * 4 bytes.

    #ifndef FDS_VIRTUAL_PAGES
    #define FDS_VIRTUAL_PAGES 3
    #endif

    // <o> FDS_VIRTUAL_PAGE_SIZE - The size of a virtual flash page.

    // <i> Expressed in number of 4-byte words.
    // <i> By default, a virtual page is the same size as a physical page.
    // <i> The size of a virtual page must be a multiple of the size of a physical page.
    // <1024=> 1024
    // <2048=> 2048

    #ifndef FDS_VIRTUAL_PAGE_SIZE
    #define FDS_VIRTUAL_PAGE_SIZE 1024
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> Backend - Backend configuration

    // <i> Configure which nrf_fstorage backend is used by FDS to write to flash.
    //==========================================================
    // <o> FDS_BACKEND - FDS flash backend.

    // <i> NRF_FSTORAGE_SD uses the nrf_fstorage_sd backend implementation using the SoftDevice API. Use this if you have a SoftDevice present.
    // <i> NRF_FSTORAGE_NVMC uses the nrf_fstorage_nvmc implementation. Use this setting if you don't use the SoftDevice.
    // <1=> NRF_FSTORAGE_NVMC
    // <2=> NRF_FSTORAGE_SD

    #ifndef FDS_BACKEND
    #define FDS_BACKEND 2
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> Queue - Queue settings

    //==========================================================
    // <o> FDS_OP_QUEUE_SIZE - Size of the internal queue.
    // <i> Increase this value if you frequently get synchronous FDS_ERR_NO_SPACE_IN_QUEUES errors.

    #ifndef FDS_OP_QUEUE_SIZE
    #define FDS_OP_QUEUE_SIZE 4
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> CRC - CRC functionality

    //==========================================================
    // <e> FDS_CRC_CHECK_ON_READ - Enable CRC checks.

    // <i> Save a record's CRC when it is written to flash and check it when the record is opened.
    // <i> Records with an incorrect CRC can still be 'seen' by the user using FDS functions, but they cannot be opened.
    // <i> Additionally, they will not be garbage collected until they are deleted.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef FDS_CRC_CHECK_ON_READ
    #define FDS_CRC_CHECK_ON_READ 0
    #endif
    // <o> FDS_CRC_CHECK_ON_WRITE - Perform a CRC check on newly written records.

    // <i> Perform a CRC check on newly written records.
    // <i> This setting can be used to make sure that the record data was not altered while being written to flash.
    // <1=> Enabled
    // <0=> Disabled

    #ifndef FDS_CRC_CHECK_ON_WRITE
    #define FDS_CRC_CHECK_ON_WRITE 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> Users - Number of users

    //==========================================================
    // <o> FDS_MAX_USERS - Maximum number of callbacks that can be registered.
    #ifndef FDS_MAX_USERS
    #define FDS_MAX_USERS 4
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // </e>

    // <q> HARDFAULT_HANDLER_ENABLED - hardfault_default - HardFault default handler for debugging and release

    #ifndef HARDFAULT_HANDLER_ENABLED
    #define HARDFAULT_HANDLER_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> HCI_MEM_POOL_ENABLED - hci_mem_pool - memory pool implementation used by HCI
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef HCI_MEM_POOL_ENABLED
    #define HCI_MEM_POOL_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> HCI_TX_BUF_SIZE - TX buffer size in bytes.
    #ifndef HCI_TX_BUF_SIZE
    #define HCI_TX_BUF_SIZE 600
    #endif

    // <o> HCI_RX_BUF_SIZE - RX buffer size in bytes.
    #ifndef HCI_RX_BUF_SIZE
    #define HCI_RX_BUF_SIZE 600
    #endif

    // <o> HCI_RX_BUF_QUEUE_SIZE - RX buffer queue size.
    #ifndef HCI_RX_BUF_QUEUE_SIZE
    #define HCI_RX_BUF_QUEUE_SIZE 4
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> HCI_SLIP_ENABLED - hci_slip - SLIP protocol implementation used by HCI
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef HCI_SLIP_ENABLED
    #define HCI_SLIP_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> HCI_UART_BAUDRATE - Default Baudrate

    // <323584=> 1200 baud
    // <643072=> 2400 baud
    // <1290240=> 4800 baud
    // <2576384=> 9600 baud
    // <3862528=> 14400 baud
    // <5152768=> 19200 baud
    // <7716864=> 28800 baud
    // <10289152=> 38400 baud
    // <15400960=> 57600 baud
    // <20615168=> 76800 baud
    // <30801920=> 115200 baud
    // <61865984=> 230400 baud
    // <67108864=> 250000 baud
    // <121634816=> 460800 baud
    // <251658240=> 921600 baud
    // <268435456=> 1000000 baud

    #ifndef HCI_UART_BAUDRATE
    #define HCI_UART_BAUDRATE 30801920
    #endif

    // <o> HCI_UART_FLOW_CONTROL - Hardware Flow Control

    // <0=> Disabled
    // <1=> Enabled

    #ifndef HCI_UART_FLOW_CONTROL
    #define HCI_UART_FLOW_CONTROL 0
    #endif

    // <o> HCI_UART_RX_PIN - UART RX pin
    #ifndef HCI_UART_RX_PIN
    #define HCI_UART_RX_PIN 8
    #endif

    // <o> HCI_UART_TX_PIN - UART TX pin
    #ifndef HCI_UART_TX_PIN
    #define HCI_UART_TX_PIN 6
    #endif

    // <o> HCI_UART_RTS_PIN - UART RTS pin
    #ifndef HCI_UART_RTS_PIN
    #define HCI_UART_RTS_PIN 5
    #endif

    // <o> HCI_UART_CTS_PIN - UART CTS pin
    #ifndef HCI_UART_CTS_PIN
    #define HCI_UART_CTS_PIN 7
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> HCI_TRANSPORT_ENABLED - hci_transport - HCI transport
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef HCI_TRANSPORT_ENABLED
    #define HCI_TRANSPORT_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> HCI_MAX_PACKET_SIZE_IN_BITS - Maximum size of a single application packet in bits.
    #ifndef HCI_MAX_PACKET_SIZE_IN_BITS
    #define HCI_MAX_PACKET_SIZE_IN_BITS 8000
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> LED_SOFTBLINK_ENABLED - led_softblink - led_softblink module

    #ifndef LED_SOFTBLINK_ENABLED
    #define LED_SOFTBLINK_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> LOW_POWER_PWM_ENABLED - low_power_pwm - low_power_pwm module

    #ifndef LOW_POWER_PWM_ENABLED
    #define LOW_POWER_PWM_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> MEM_MANAGER_ENABLED - mem_manager - Dynamic memory allocator
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef MEM_MANAGER_ENABLED
    #define MEM_MANAGER_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_SMALL_BLOCK_COUNT - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'small' block. <0-255>


    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_SMALL_BLOCK_COUNT
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_SMALL_BLOCK_COUNT 1
    #endif

    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_SMALL_BLOCK_SIZE - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'small' block.
    // <i> Size of each memory blocks identified as 'small' block. Memory block are recommended to be word-sized.

    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_SMALL_BLOCK_SIZE
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_SMALL_BLOCK_SIZE 32
    #endif

    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_MEDIUM_BLOCK_COUNT - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'medium' block. <0-255>


    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_MEDIUM_BLOCK_COUNT
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_MEDIUM_BLOCK_COUNT 0
    #endif

    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_MEDIUM_BLOCK_SIZE - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'medium' block.
    // <i> Size of each memory blocks identified as 'medium' block. Memory block are recommended to be word-sized.

    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_MEDIUM_BLOCK_SIZE
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_MEDIUM_BLOCK_SIZE 256
    #endif

    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_LARGE_BLOCK_COUNT - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'large' block. <0-255>


    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_LARGE_BLOCK_COUNT
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_LARGE_BLOCK_COUNT 0
    #endif

    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_LARGE_BLOCK_SIZE - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'large' block.
    // <i> Size of each memory blocks identified as 'large' block. Memory block are recommended to be word-sized.

    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_LARGE_BLOCK_SIZE
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_LARGE_BLOCK_SIZE 256
    #endif

    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_XLARGE_BLOCK_COUNT - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'extra large' block. <0-255>


    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_XLARGE_BLOCK_COUNT
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_XLARGE_BLOCK_COUNT 0
    #endif

    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_XLARGE_BLOCK_SIZE - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'extra large' block.
    // <i> Size of each memory blocks identified as 'extra large' block. Memory block are recommended to be word-sized.

    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_XLARGE_BLOCK_SIZE
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_XLARGE_BLOCK_SIZE 1320
    #endif

    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_XXLARGE_BLOCK_COUNT - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'extra extra large' block. <0-255>


    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_XXLARGE_BLOCK_COUNT
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_XXLARGE_BLOCK_COUNT 0
    #endif

    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_XXLARGE_BLOCK_SIZE - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'extra extra large' block.
    // <i> Size of each memory blocks identified as 'extra extra large' block. Memory block are recommended to be word-sized.

    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_XXLARGE_BLOCK_SIZE
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_XXLARGE_BLOCK_SIZE 3444
    #endif

    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_XSMALL_BLOCK_COUNT - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'extra small' block. <0-255>


    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_XSMALL_BLOCK_COUNT
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_XSMALL_BLOCK_COUNT 0
    #endif

    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_XSMALL_BLOCK_SIZE - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'extra small' block.
    // <i> Size of each memory blocks identified as 'extra large' block. Memory block are recommended to be word-sized.

    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_XSMALL_BLOCK_SIZE
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_XSMALL_BLOCK_SIZE 64
    #endif

    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_XXSMALL_BLOCK_COUNT - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'extra extra small' block. <0-255>


    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_XXSMALL_BLOCK_COUNT
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_XXSMALL_BLOCK_COUNT 0
    #endif

    // <o> MEMORY_MANAGER_XXSMALL_BLOCK_SIZE - Size of each memory blocks identified as 'extra extra small' block.
    // <i> Size of each memory blocks identified as 'extra extra small' block. Memory block are recommended to be word-sized.

    #ifndef MEMORY_MANAGER_XXSMALL_BLOCK_SIZE
    #define MEMORY_MANAGER_XXSMALL_BLOCK_SIZE 32
    #endif

    // <e> MEM_MANAGER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef MEM_MANAGER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define MEM_MANAGER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> MEM_MANAGER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef MEM_MANAGER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define MEM_MANAGER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> MEM_MANAGER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef MEM_MANAGER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define MEM_MANAGER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> MEM_MANAGER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef MEM_MANAGER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define MEM_MANAGER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> MEM_MANAGER_DISABLE_API_PARAM_CHECK - Disable API parameter checks in the module.

    #ifndef MEM_MANAGER_DISABLE_API_PARAM_CHECK
    #define MEM_MANAGER_DISABLE_API_PARAM_CHECK 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_BALLOC_ENABLED - nrf_balloc - Block allocator module
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_BALLOC_ENABLED
    #define NRF_BALLOC_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <e> NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_DEBUG_ENABLED - Enables debug mode in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_DEBUG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_DEBUG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_HEAD_GUARD_WORDS - Number of words used as head guard. <0-255>


    #ifndef NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_HEAD_GUARD_WORDS
    #define NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_HEAD_GUARD_WORDS 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_TAIL_GUARD_WORDS - Number of words used as tail guard. <0-255>


    #ifndef NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_TAIL_GUARD_WORDS
    #define NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_TAIL_GUARD_WORDS 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_BASIC_CHECKS_ENABLED - Enables basic checks in this module.

    #ifndef NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_BASIC_CHECKS_ENABLED
    #define NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_BASIC_CHECKS_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_DOUBLE_FREE_CHECK_ENABLED - Enables double memory free check in this module.

    #ifndef NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_DOUBLE_FREE_CHECK_ENABLED
    #define NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_DOUBLE_FREE_CHECK_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_DATA_TRASHING_CHECK_ENABLED - Enables free memory corruption check in this module.

    #ifndef NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_DATA_TRASHING_CHECK_ENABLED
    #define NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_DATA_TRASHING_CHECK_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_BALLOC_CLI_CMDS - Enable CLI commands specific to the module

    #ifndef NRF_BALLOC_CLI_CMDS
    #define NRF_BALLOC_CLI_CMDS 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_CSENSE_ENABLED - nrf_csense - Capacitive sensor module
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CSENSE_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CSENSE_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_CSENSE_PAD_HYSTERESIS - Minimum value of change required to determine that a pad was touched.
    #ifndef NRF_CSENSE_PAD_HYSTERESIS
    #define NRF_CSENSE_PAD_HYSTERESIS 15
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CSENSE_PAD_DEVIATION - Minimum value measured on a pad required to take it into account while calculating the step.
    #ifndef NRF_CSENSE_PAD_DEVIATION
    #define NRF_CSENSE_PAD_DEVIATION 70
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CSENSE_MIN_PAD_VALUE - Minimum normalized value on a pad required to take its value into account.
    #ifndef NRF_CSENSE_MIN_PAD_VALUE
    #define NRF_CSENSE_MIN_PAD_VALUE 20
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CSENSE_MAX_PADS_NUMBER - Maximum number of pads used for one instance.
    #ifndef NRF_CSENSE_MAX_PADS_NUMBER
    #define NRF_CSENSE_MAX_PADS_NUMBER 20
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CSENSE_MAX_VALUE - Maximum normalized value obtained from measurement.
    #ifndef NRF_CSENSE_MAX_VALUE
    #define NRF_CSENSE_MAX_VALUE 1000
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CSENSE_OUTPUT_PIN - Output pin used by the low-level module.
    // <i> This is used when capacitive sensor does not use COMP.

    #ifndef NRF_CSENSE_OUTPUT_PIN
    #define NRF_CSENSE_OUTPUT_PIN 26
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_DRV_CSENSE_ENABLED - nrf_drv_csense - Capacitive sensor low-level module
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_DRV_CSENSE_ENABLED
    #define NRF_DRV_CSENSE_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <e> USE_COMP - Use the comparator to implement the capacitive sensor driver.

    // <i> Due to Anomaly 84, COMP I_SOURCE is not functional. It has too high a varation.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef USE_COMP
    #define USE_COMP 0
    #endif
    // <o> TIMER0_FOR_CSENSE - First TIMER instance used by the driver (not used on nRF51).
    #ifndef TIMER0_FOR_CSENSE
    #define TIMER0_FOR_CSENSE 1
    #endif

    // <o> TIMER1_FOR_CSENSE - Second TIMER instance used by the driver (not used on nRF51).
    #ifndef TIMER1_FOR_CSENSE
    #define TIMER1_FOR_CSENSE 2
    #endif

    // <o> MEASUREMENT_PERIOD - Single measurement period.
    // <i> Time of a single measurement can be calculated as
    // <i> T = (1/2)*MEASUREMENT_PERIOD*(1/f_OSC) where f_OSC = I_SOURCE / (2C*(VUP-VDOWN) ).
    // <i> I_SOURCE, VUP, and VDOWN are values used to initialize COMP and C is the capacitance of the used pad.

    #ifndef MEASUREMENT_PERIOD
    #define MEASUREMENT_PERIOD 20
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <q> NRF_FPRINTF_ENABLED - nrf_fprintf - fprintf function.

    #ifndef NRF_FPRINTF_ENABLED
    #define NRF_FPRINTF_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <e> NRF_FSTORAGE_ENABLED - nrf_fstorage - Flash abstraction library
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_FSTORAGE_ENABLED
    #define NRF_FSTORAGE_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <h> nrf_fstorage - Common settings

    // <i> Common settings to all fstorage implementations
    //==========================================================
    // <q> NRF_FSTORAGE_PARAM_CHECK_DISABLED - Disable user input validation

    // <i> If selected, use ASSERT to validate user input.
    // <i> This effectively removes user input validation in production code.
    // <i> Recommended setting: OFF, only enable this setting if size is a major concern.

    #ifndef NRF_FSTORAGE_PARAM_CHECK_DISABLED
    #define NRF_FSTORAGE_PARAM_CHECK_DISABLED 0
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nrf_fstorage_sd - Implementation using the SoftDevice

    // <i> Configuration options for the fstorage implementation using the SoftDevice
    //==========================================================
    // <o> NRF_FSTORAGE_SD_QUEUE_SIZE - Size of the internal queue of operations
    // <i> Increase this value if API calls frequently return the error @ref NRF_ERROR_NO_MEM.

    #ifndef NRF_FSTORAGE_SD_QUEUE_SIZE
    #define NRF_FSTORAGE_SD_QUEUE_SIZE 4
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_FSTORAGE_SD_MAX_RETRIES - Maximum number of attempts at executing an operation when the SoftDevice is busy
    // <i> Increase this value if events frequently return the @ref NRF_ERROR_TIMEOUT error.
    // <i> The SoftDevice might fail to schedule flash access due to high BLE activity.

    #ifndef NRF_FSTORAGE_SD_MAX_RETRIES
    #define NRF_FSTORAGE_SD_MAX_RETRIES 8
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_FSTORAGE_SD_MAX_WRITE_SIZE - Maximum number of bytes to be written to flash in a single operation
    // <i> This value must be a multiple of four.
    // <i> Lowering this value can increase the chances of the SoftDevice being able to execute flash operations in between radio activity.
    // <i> This value is bound by the maximum number of bytes that can be written to flash in a single call to @ref sd_flash_write.
    // <i> That is 1024 bytes for nRF51 ICs and 4096 bytes for nRF52 ICs.

    #ifndef NRF_FSTORAGE_SD_MAX_WRITE_SIZE
    #define NRF_FSTORAGE_SD_MAX_WRITE_SIZE 4096
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // </e>

    // <q> NRF_GFX_ENABLED - nrf_gfx - GFX module

    #ifndef NRF_GFX_ENABLED
    #define NRF_GFX_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_MEMOBJ_ENABLED - nrf_memobj - Linked memory allocator module

    #ifndef NRF_MEMOBJ_ENABLED
    #define NRF_MEMOBJ_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <e> NRF_PWR_MGMT_ENABLED - nrf_pwr_mgmt - Power management module
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_ENABLED
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <e> NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_DEBUG_PIN_ENABLED - Enables pin debug in the module.

    // <i> Selected pin will be set when CPU is in sleep mode.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_DEBUG_PIN_ENABLED
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_DEBUG_PIN_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_PWR_MGMT_SLEEP_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_SLEEP_DEBUG_PIN
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_SLEEP_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_CPU_USAGE_MONITOR_ENABLED - Enables CPU usage monitor.

    // <i> Module will trace percentage of CPU usage in one second intervals.

    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_CPU_USAGE_MONITOR_ENABLED
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_CPU_USAGE_MONITOR_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_STANDBY_TIMEOUT_ENABLED - Enable standby timeout.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_STANDBY_TIMEOUT_ENABLED
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_STANDBY_TIMEOUT_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_STANDBY_TIMEOUT_S - Standby timeout (in seconds).
    // <i> Shutdown procedure will begin no earlier than after this number of seconds.

    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_STANDBY_TIMEOUT_S
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_STANDBY_TIMEOUT_S 3
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_FPU_SUPPORT_ENABLED - Enables FPU event cleaning.

    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_FPU_SUPPORT_ENABLED
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_FPU_SUPPORT_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_AUTO_SHUTDOWN_RETRY - Blocked shutdown procedure will be retried every second.

    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_AUTO_SHUTDOWN_RETRY
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_AUTO_SHUTDOWN_RETRY 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_USE_SCHEDULER - Module will use @ref app_scheduler.

    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_USE_SCHEDULER
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_USE_SCHEDULER 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_HANDLER_PRIORITY_COUNT - The number of priorities for module handlers.
    // <i> The number of stages of the shutdown process.

    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_HANDLER_PRIORITY_COUNT
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_HANDLER_PRIORITY_COUNT 3
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_QUEUE_ENABLED - nrf_queue - Queue module
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_QUEUE_ENABLED
    #define NRF_QUEUE_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> NRF_QUEUE_CLI_CMDS - Enable CLI commands specific to the module

    #ifndef NRF_QUEUE_CLI_CMDS
    #define NRF_QUEUE_CLI_CMDS 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> NRF_SECTION_ITER_ENABLED - nrf_section_iter - Section iterator

    #ifndef NRF_SECTION_ITER_ENABLED
    #define NRF_SECTION_ITER_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_SORTLIST_ENABLED - nrf_sortlist - Sorted list

    #ifndef NRF_SORTLIST_ENABLED
    #define NRF_SORTLIST_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_SPI_MNGR_ENABLED - nrf_spi_mngr - SPI transaction manager

    #ifndef NRF_SPI_MNGR_ENABLED
    #define NRF_SPI_MNGR_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_STRERROR_ENABLED - nrf_strerror - Library for converting error code to string.

    #ifndef NRF_STRERROR_ENABLED
    #define NRF_STRERROR_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_TWI_MNGR_ENABLED - nrf_twi_mngr - TWI transaction manager

    #ifndef NRF_TWI_MNGR_ENABLED
    #define NRF_TWI_MNGR_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> SLIP_ENABLED - slip - SLIP encoding and decoding

    #ifndef SLIP_ENABLED
    #define SLIP_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> TASK_MANAGER_ENABLED - task_manager - Task manager.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef TASK_MANAGER_ENABLED
    #define TASK_MANAGER_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <q> TASK_MANAGER_CLI_CMDS - Enable CLI commands specific to the module

    #ifndef TASK_MANAGER_CLI_CMDS
    #define TASK_MANAGER_CLI_CMDS 0
    #endif

    // <o> TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_MAX_TASKS - Maximum number of tasks which can be created
    #ifndef TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_MAX_TASKS
    #define TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_MAX_TASKS 2
    #endif

    // <o> TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_STACK_SIZE - Stack size for every task (power of 2)
    #ifndef TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_STACK_SIZE
    #define TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_STACK_SIZE 1024
    #endif

    // <q> TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_STACK_PROFILER_ENABLED - Enable stack profiling.

    #ifndef TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_STACK_PROFILER_ENABLED
    #define TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_STACK_PROFILER_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <o> TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_STACK_GUARD - Configures stack guard.

    // <0=> Disabled
    // <4=> 32 bytes
    // <5=> 64 bytes
    // <6=> 128 bytes
    // <7=> 256 bytes
    // <8=> 512 bytes

    #ifndef TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_STACK_GUARD
    #define TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_STACK_GUARD 7
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <h> app_button - buttons handling module

    //==========================================================
    // <q> BUTTON_ENABLED - Enables Button module

    #ifndef BUTTON_ENABLED
    #define BUTTON_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> BUTTON_HIGH_ACCURACY_ENABLED - Enables GPIOTE high accuracy for buttons

    #ifndef BUTTON_HIGH_ACCURACY_ENABLED
    #define BUTTON_HIGH_ACCURACY_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> app_usbd_cdc_acm - USB CDC ACM class

    //==========================================================
    // <q> APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_ENABLED - Enabling USBD CDC ACM Class library

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_ZLP_ON_EPSIZE_WRITE - Send ZLP on write with same size as endpoint

    // <i> If enabled, CDC ACM class will automatically send a zero length packet after transfer which has the same size as endpoint.
    // <i> This may limit throughput if a lot of binary data is sent, but in terminal mode operation it makes sure that the data is always displayed right after it is sent.

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_ZLP_ON_EPSIZE_WRITE
    #define APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_ZLP_ON_EPSIZE_WRITE 1
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nrf_cli - Command line interface

    //==========================================================
    // <q> NRF_CLI_ENABLED - Enable/disable the CLI module.

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CLI_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CLI_ARGC_MAX - Maximum number of parameters passed to the command handler.
    #ifndef NRF_CLI_ARGC_MAX
    #define NRF_CLI_ARGC_MAX 12
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CLI_BUILD_IN_CMDS_ENABLED - CLI built-in commands.

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_BUILD_IN_CMDS_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CLI_BUILD_IN_CMDS_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CLI_CMD_BUFF_SIZE - Maximum buffer size for a single command.
    #ifndef NRF_CLI_CMD_BUFF_SIZE
    #define NRF_CLI_CMD_BUFF_SIZE 128
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CLI_ECHO_STATUS - CLI echo status. If set, echo is ON.

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_ECHO_STATUS
    #define NRF_CLI_ECHO_STATUS 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CLI_WILDCARD_ENABLED - Enable wildcard functionality for CLI commands.

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_WILDCARD_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CLI_WILDCARD_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CLI_METAKEYS_ENABLED - Enable additional control keys for CLI commands like ctrl+a, ctrl+e, ctrl+w, ctrl+u

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_METAKEYS_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CLI_METAKEYS_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CLI_PRINTF_BUFF_SIZE - Maximum print buffer size.
    #ifndef NRF_CLI_PRINTF_BUFF_SIZE
    #define NRF_CLI_PRINTF_BUFF_SIZE 23
    #endif

    // <e> NRF_CLI_HISTORY_ENABLED - Enable CLI history mode.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CLI_HISTORY_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CLI_HISTORY_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_CLI_HISTORY_ELEMENT_SIZE - Size of one memory object reserved for CLI history.
    #ifndef NRF_CLI_HISTORY_ELEMENT_SIZE
    #define NRF_CLI_HISTORY_ELEMENT_SIZE 32
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CLI_HISTORY_ELEMENT_COUNT - Number of history memory objects.
    #ifndef NRF_CLI_HISTORY_ELEMENT_COUNT
    #define NRF_CLI_HISTORY_ELEMENT_COUNT 8
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> NRF_CLI_VT100_COLORS_ENABLED - CLI VT100 colors.

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_VT100_COLORS_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CLI_VT100_COLORS_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CLI_STATISTICS_ENABLED - Enable CLI statistics.

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_STATISTICS_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CLI_STATISTICS_ENABLED 1
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CLI_LOG_BACKEND - Enable logger backend interface.

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_LOG_BACKEND
    #define NRF_CLI_LOG_BACKEND 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_CLI_USES_TASK_MANAGER_ENABLED - Enable CLI to use task_manager

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_USES_TASK_MANAGER_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CLI_USES_TASK_MANAGER_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nRF_Log

    //==========================================================
    // <e> NRF_LOG_BACKEND_RTT_ENABLED - nrf_log_backend_rtt - Log RTT backend
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_LOG_BACKEND_RTT_ENABLED
    #define NRF_LOG_BACKEND_RTT_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_LOG_BACKEND_RTT_TEMP_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of buffer for partially processed strings.
    // <i> Size of the buffer is a trade-off between RAM usage and processing.
    // <i> if buffer is smaller then strings will often be fragmented.
    // <i> It is recommended to use size which will fit typical log and only the
    // <i> longer one will be fragmented.

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_BACKEND_RTT_TEMP_BUFFER_SIZE
    #define NRF_LOG_BACKEND_RTT_TEMP_BUFFER_SIZE 1298
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_LOG_BACKEND_RTT_TX_RETRY_DELAY_MS - Period before retrying writing to RTT
    #ifndef NRF_LOG_BACKEND_RTT_TX_RETRY_DELAY_MS
    #define NRF_LOG_BACKEND_RTT_TX_RETRY_DELAY_MS 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_LOG_BACKEND_RTT_TX_RETRY_CNT - Writing to RTT retries.
    // <i> If RTT fails to accept any new data after retries
    // <i> module assumes that host is not active and on next
    // <i> request it will perform only one write attempt.
    // <i> On successful writing, module assumes that host is active
    // <i> and scheme with retry is applied again.

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_BACKEND_RTT_TX_RETRY_CNT
    #define NRF_LOG_BACKEND_RTT_TX_RETRY_CNT 3
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_LOG_BACKEND_UART_ENABLED - nrf_log_backend_uart - Log UART backend
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_LOG_BACKEND_UART_ENABLED
    #define NRF_LOG_BACKEND_UART_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_LOG_BACKEND_UART_TX_PIN - UART TX pin
    #ifndef NRF_LOG_BACKEND_UART_TX_PIN
    #define NRF_LOG_BACKEND_UART_TX_PIN 6
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_LOG_BACKEND_UART_BAUDRATE - Default Baudrate

    // <323584=> 1200 baud
    // <643072=> 2400 baud
    // <1290240=> 4800 baud
    // <2576384=> 9600 baud
    // <3862528=> 14400 baud
    // <5152768=> 19200 baud
    // <7716864=> 28800 baud
    // <10289152=> 38400 baud
    // <15400960=> 57600 baud
    // <20615168=> 76800 baud
    // <30801920=> 115200 baud
    // <61865984=> 230400 baud
    // <67108864=> 250000 baud
    // <121634816=> 460800 baud
    // <251658240=> 921600 baud
    // <268435456=> 1000000 baud

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_BACKEND_UART_BAUDRATE
    #define NRF_LOG_BACKEND_UART_BAUDRATE 61865984
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_LOG_BACKEND_UART_TEMP_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of buffer for partially processed strings.
    // <i> Size of the buffer is a trade-off between RAM usage and processing.
    // <i> if buffer is smaller then strings will often be fragmented.
    // <i> It is recommended to use size which will fit typical log and only the
    // <i> longer one will be fragmented.

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_BACKEND_UART_TEMP_BUFFER_SIZE
    #define NRF_LOG_BACKEND_UART_TEMP_BUFFER_SIZE 1298
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_LOG_ENABLED - nrf_log - Logger
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <h> Log message pool - Configuration of log message pool

    //==========================================================
    // <o> NRF_LOG_MSGPOOL_ELEMENT_SIZE - Size of a single element in the pool of memory objects.
    // <i> If a small value is set, then performance of logs processing
    // <i> is degraded because data is fragmented. Bigger value impacts
    // <i> RAM memory utilization. The size is set to fit a message with
    // <i> a timestamp and up to 2 arguments in a single memory object.

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_MSGPOOL_ELEMENT_SIZE
    #define NRF_LOG_MSGPOOL_ELEMENT_SIZE 20
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_LOG_MSGPOOL_ELEMENT_COUNT - Number of elements in the pool of memory objects
    // <i> If a small value is set, then it may lead to a deadlock
    // <i> in certain cases if backend has high latency and holds
    // <i> multiple messages for long time. Bigger value impacts
    // <i> RAM memory usage.

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_MSGPOOL_ELEMENT_COUNT
    #define NRF_LOG_MSGPOOL_ELEMENT_COUNT 8
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <q> NRF_LOG_ALLOW_OVERFLOW - Configures behavior when circular buffer is full.

    // <i> If set then oldest logs are overwritten. Otherwise a
    // <i> marker is injected informing about overflow.

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_ALLOW_OVERFLOW
    #define NRF_LOG_ALLOW_OVERFLOW 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_LOG_BUFSIZE - Size of the buffer for storing logs (in bytes).

    // <i> Must be power of 2 and multiple of 4.
    // <i> If NRF_LOG_DEFERRED = 0 then buffer size can be reduced to minimum.
    // <128=> 128
    // <256=> 256
    // <512=> 512
    // <1024=> 1024
    // <2048=> 2048
    // <4096=> 4096
    // <8192=> 8192
    // <16384=> 16384

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_BUFSIZE
    #define NRF_LOG_BUFSIZE 1024
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_LOG_CLI_CMDS - Enable CLI commands for the module.

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_CLI_CMDS
    #define NRF_LOG_CLI_CMDS 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_LOG_DEFAULT_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_DEFAULT_LEVEL
    #define NRF_LOG_DEFAULT_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_LOG_DEFERRED - Enable deffered logger.

    // <i> Log data is buffered and can be processed in idle.

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_DEFERRED
    #define NRF_LOG_DEFERRED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_LOG_FILTERS_ENABLED - Enable dynamic filtering of logs.

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_FILTERS_ENABLED
    #define NRF_LOG_FILTERS_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_LOG_STR_PUSH_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer dedicated for strings stored using @ref NRF_LOG_PUSH.

    // <16=> 16
    // <32=> 32
    // <64=> 64
    // <128=> 128
    // <256=> 256
    // <512=> 512
    // <1024=> 1024

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_STR_PUSH_BUFFER_SIZE
    #define NRF_LOG_STR_PUSH_BUFFER_SIZE 1024
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_LOG_STR_PUSH_BUFFER_SIZE - Size of the buffer dedicated for strings stored using @ref NRF_LOG_PUSH.

    // <16=> 16
    // <32=> 32
    // <64=> 64
    // <128=> 128
    // <256=> 256
    // <512=> 512
    // <1024=> 1024

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_STR_PUSH_BUFFER_SIZE
    #define NRF_LOG_STR_PUSH_BUFFER_SIZE 512
    #endif

    // <e> NRF_LOG_USES_COLORS - If enabled then ANSI escape code for colors is prefixed to every string
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_LOG_USES_COLORS
    #define NRF_LOG_USES_COLORS 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_LOG_COLOR_DEFAULT - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_COLOR_DEFAULT
    #define NRF_LOG_COLOR_DEFAULT 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_LOG_ERROR_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_ERROR_COLOR
    #define NRF_LOG_ERROR_COLOR 2
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_LOG_WARNING_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_WARNING_COLOR
    #define NRF_LOG_WARNING_COLOR 4
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_LOG_USES_TIMESTAMP - Enable timestamping

    // <i> Function for getting the timestamp is provided by the user
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_LOG_USES_TIMESTAMP
    #define NRF_LOG_USES_TIMESTAMP 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_LOG_TIMESTAMP_DEFAULT_FREQUENCY - Default frequency of the timestamp (in Hz) or 0 to use app_timer frequency.
    #ifndef NRF_LOG_TIMESTAMP_DEFAULT_FREQUENCY
    #define NRF_LOG_TIMESTAMP_DEFAULT_FREQUENCY 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <h> nrf_log module configuration

    //==========================================================
    // <h> nrf_log in nRF_Core

    //==========================================================
    // <e> NRF_MPU_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_MPU_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_MPU_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_MPU_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_MPU_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_MPU_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 4
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_MPU_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_MPU_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_MPU_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_MPU_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_MPU_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_MPU_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 4
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_STACK_GUARD_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 4
    #endif

    // <o> TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define TASK_MANAGER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nrf_log in nRF_Drivers

    //==========================================================
    // <e> CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define CLOCK_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 4
    #endif

    // <o> CLOCK_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef CLOCK_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define CLOCK_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> CLOCK_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef CLOCK_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define CLOCK_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> COMP_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef COMP_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define COMP_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> COMP_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef COMP_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define COMP_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> COMP_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef COMP_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define COMP_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> COMP_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef COMP_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define COMP_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> GPIOTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef GPIOTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define GPIOTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> GPIOTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef GPIOTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define GPIOTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> GPIOTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef GPIOTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define GPIOTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> GPIOTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef GPIOTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define GPIOTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> LPCOMP_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef LPCOMP_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define LPCOMP_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> LPCOMP_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef LPCOMP_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define LPCOMP_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> LPCOMP_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef LPCOMP_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define LPCOMP_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> LPCOMP_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef LPCOMP_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define LPCOMP_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> MAX3421E_HOST_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enable logging in the module
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef MAX3421E_HOST_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define MAX3421E_HOST_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> MAX3421E_HOST_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef MAX3421E_HOST_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define MAX3421E_HOST_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> MAX3421E_HOST_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef MAX3421E_HOST_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define MAX3421E_HOST_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> MAX3421E_HOST_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef MAX3421E_HOST_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define MAX3421E_HOST_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> PDM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef PDM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define PDM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> PDM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef PDM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define PDM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> PDM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef PDM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define PDM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> PDM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef PDM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define PDM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> PPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef PPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define PPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> PPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef PPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define PPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> PPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef PPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define PPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> PPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef PPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define PPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> PWM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef PWM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define PWM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> PWM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef PWM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define PWM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> PWM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef PWM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define PWM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> PWM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef PWM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define PWM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> QDEC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> QDEC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> QDEC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> QDEC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef QDEC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define QDEC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> RNG_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef RNG_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define RNG_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> RNG_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef RNG_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define RNG_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> RNG_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef RNG_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define RNG_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> RNG_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef RNG_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define RNG_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <q> RNG_CONFIG_RANDOM_NUMBER_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging of random numbers.

    #ifndef RNG_CONFIG_RANDOM_NUMBER_LOG_ENABLED
    #define RNG_CONFIG_RANDOM_NUMBER_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> RTC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef RTC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define RTC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> RTC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef RTC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define RTC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> RTC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef RTC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define RTC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> RTC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef RTC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define RTC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> SAADC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef SAADC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define SAADC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> SAADC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef SAADC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define SAADC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> SAADC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef SAADC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define SAADC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> SAADC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef SAADC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define SAADC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> SPIS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef SPIS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define SPIS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> SPIS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef SPIS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define SPIS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> SPIS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef SPIS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define SPIS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> SPIS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef SPIS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define SPIS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> SPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef SPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define SPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> SPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef SPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define SPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> SPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef SPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define SPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> SPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef SPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define SPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 4
    #endif

    // <o> TIMER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef TIMER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define TIMER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> TIMER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef TIMER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define TIMER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> TWIS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef TWIS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define TWIS_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> TWIS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef TWIS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define TWIS_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> TWIS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef TWIS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define TWIS_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> TWIS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef TWIS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define TWIS_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> TWI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef TWI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define TWI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> TWI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef TWI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define TWI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> TWI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef TWI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define TWI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> TWI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef TWI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define TWI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> UART_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef UART_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define UART_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> UART_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef UART_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define UART_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> UART_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef UART_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define UART_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> UART_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef UART_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define UART_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> USBD_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enable logging in the module
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef USBD_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define USBD_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> USBD_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef USBD_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define USBD_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> USBD_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef USBD_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define USBD_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> USBD_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef USBD_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define USBD_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> WDT_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef WDT_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define WDT_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> WDT_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef WDT_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define WDT_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> WDT_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef WDT_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define WDT_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> WDT_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef WDT_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define WDT_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nrf_log in nRF_Libraries

    //==========================================================
    // <e> APP_TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define APP_TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> APP_TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef APP_TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define APP_TIMER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 4
    #endif

    // <o> APP_TIMER_CONFIG_INITIAL_LOG_LEVEL - Initial severity level if dynamic filtering is enabled.

    // <i> If module generates a lot of logs, initial log level can
    // <i> be decreased to prevent flooding. Severity level can be
    // <i> increased on instance basis.
    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef APP_TIMER_CONFIG_INITIAL_LOG_LEVEL
    #define APP_TIMER_CONFIG_INITIAL_LOG_LEVEL 4
    #endif

    // <o> APP_TIMER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef APP_TIMER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define APP_TIMER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> APP_TIMER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef APP_TIMER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define APP_TIMER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define APP_USBD_CDC_ACM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> APP_USBD_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enable logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_USBD_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> APP_USBD_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define APP_USBD_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define APP_USBD_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef APP_USBD_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define APP_USBD_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> APP_USBD_DUMMY_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_USBD_DUMMY_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_DUMMY_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> APP_USBD_DUMMY_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef APP_USBD_DUMMY_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define APP_USBD_DUMMY_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_DUMMY_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef APP_USBD_DUMMY_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define APP_USBD_DUMMY_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_DUMMY_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef APP_USBD_DUMMY_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define APP_USBD_DUMMY_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> APP_USBD_MSC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_USBD_MSC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_MSC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> APP_USBD_MSC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef APP_USBD_MSC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define APP_USBD_MSC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_MSC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef APP_USBD_MSC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define APP_USBD_MSC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_MSC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef APP_USBD_MSC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define APP_USBD_MSC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> APP_USBD_NRF_DFU_TRIGGER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef APP_USBD_NRF_DFU_TRIGGER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define APP_USBD_NRF_DFU_TRIGGER_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> APP_USBD_NRF_DFU_TRIGGER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef APP_USBD_NRF_DFU_TRIGGER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define APP_USBD_NRF_DFU_TRIGGER_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_NRF_DFU_TRIGGER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef APP_USBD_NRF_DFU_TRIGGER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define APP_USBD_NRF_DFU_TRIGGER_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> APP_USBD_NRF_DFU_TRIGGER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef APP_USBD_NRF_DFU_TRIGGER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define APP_USBD_NRF_DFU_TRIGGER_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL - Initial severity level if dynamic filtering is enabled

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL
    #define NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_ATFIFO_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_INITIAL_LOG_LEVEL - Initial severity level if dynamic filtering is enabled.

    // <i> If module generates a lot of logs, initial log level can
    // <i> be decreased to prevent flooding. Severity level can be
    // <i> increased on instance basis.
    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_INITIAL_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_INITIAL_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_BALLOC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL - Initial severity level if dynamic filtering is enabled

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_EMPTY_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL - Initial severity level if dynamic filtering is enabled

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_QSPI_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL - Initial severity level if dynamic filtering is enabled

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_BLOCK_DEV_RAM_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_CLI_BLE_UART_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CLI_BLE_UART_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CLI_BLE_UART_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_CLI_BLE_UART_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_BLE_UART_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_CLI_BLE_UART_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CLI_BLE_UART_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_BLE_UART_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_CLI_BLE_UART_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CLI_BLE_UART_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_BLE_UART_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_CLI_BLE_UART_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_CLI_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CLI_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CLI_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_CLI_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_CLI_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CLI_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_CLI_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CLI_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_CLI_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_CLI_UART_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_CLI_UART_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_CLI_UART_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_CLI_UART_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_UART_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_CLI_UART_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CLI_UART_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_UART_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_CLI_UART_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_CLI_UART_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_CLI_UART_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_CLI_UART_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_LIBUARTE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_MEMOBJ_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_MEMOBJ_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_MEMOBJ_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_MEMOBJ_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_MEMOBJ_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_MEMOBJ_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_MEMOBJ_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_MEMOBJ_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_MEMOBJ_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_MEMOBJ_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_MEMOBJ_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_MEMOBJ_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_PWR_MGMT_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL - Initial severity level if dynamic filtering is enabled

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL
    #define NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_LOG_INIT_FILTER_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_QUEUE_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_SDH_ANT_LOG_ENABLED - Enable logging in SoftDevice handler (ANT) module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_SDH_ANT_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_SDH_ANT_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_SDH_ANT_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_ANT_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_SDH_ANT_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_ANT_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_ANT_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_SDH_ANT_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_ANT_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_ANT_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_SDH_ANT_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_SDH_BLE_LOG_ENABLED - Enable logging in SoftDevice handler (BLE) module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_SDH_BLE_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_LOG_LEVEL 2
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_BLE_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_BLE_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_SDH_LOG_ENABLED - Enable logging in SoftDevice handler module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_SDH_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_SDH_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_SDH_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_SDH_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_SDH_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_SDH_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_SDH_SOC_LOG_ENABLED - Enable logging in SoftDevice handler (SoC) module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_SDH_SOC_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_SDH_SOC_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_SDH_SOC_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_SOC_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_SDH_SOC_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_SOC_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_SOC_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_SDH_SOC_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_SOC_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_SOC_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_SDH_SOC_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_SORTLIST_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_SORTLIST_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_SORTLIST_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_SORTLIST_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_SORTLIST_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_SORTLIST_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SORTLIST_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_SORTLIST_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_SORTLIST_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SORTLIST_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_SORTLIST_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_SORTLIST_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_TWI_SENSOR_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_TWI_SENSOR_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NRF_TWI_SENSOR_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NRF_TWI_SENSOR_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NRF_TWI_SENSOR_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NRF_TWI_SENSOR_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_TWI_SENSOR_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_TWI_SENSOR_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define NRF_TWI_SENSOR_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_TWI_SENSOR_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NRF_TWI_SENSOR_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NRF_TWI_SENSOR_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> PM_LOG_ENABLED - Enable logging in Peer Manager and its submodules.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef PM_LOG_ENABLED
    #define PM_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> PM_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef PM_LOG_LEVEL
    #define PM_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> PM_LOG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef PM_LOG_INFO_COLOR
    #define PM_LOG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> PM_LOG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef PM_LOG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define PM_LOG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nrf_log in nRF_Serialization

    //==========================================================
    // <e> SER_HAL_TRANSPORT_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef SER_HAL_TRANSPORT_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define SER_HAL_TRANSPORT_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <o> SER_HAL_TRANSPORT_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef SER_HAL_TRANSPORT_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define SER_HAL_TRANSPORT_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> SER_HAL_TRANSPORT_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef SER_HAL_TRANSPORT_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define SER_HAL_TRANSPORT_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> SER_HAL_TRANSPORT_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef SER_HAL_TRANSPORT_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define SER_HAL_TRANSPORT_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // </e>

    // <q> NRF_LOG_STR_FORMATTER_TIMESTAMP_FORMAT_ENABLED - nrf_log_str_formatter - Log string formatter

    #ifndef NRF_LOG_STR_FORMATTER_TIMESTAMP_FORMAT_ENABLED
    #define NRF_LOG_STR_FORMATTER_TIMESTAMP_FORMAT_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nRF_NFC

    //==========================================================
    // <q> NFC_AC_REC_ENABLED - nfc_ac_rec - NFC NDEF Alternative Carrier record encoder

    #ifndef NFC_AC_REC_ENABLED
    #define NFC_AC_REC_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NFC_AC_REC_PARSER_ENABLED - nfc_ac_rec_parser - Alternative Carrier record parser

    #ifndef NFC_AC_REC_PARSER_ENABLED
    #define NFC_AC_REC_PARSER_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> NFC_BLE_OOB_ADVDATA_ENABLED - nfc_ble_oob_advdata - AD data for OOB pairing encoder
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_BLE_OOB_ADVDATA_ENABLED
    #define NFC_BLE_OOB_ADVDATA_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> ADVANCED_ADVDATA_SUPPORT - Non-mandatory AD types for BLE OOB pairing are encoded inside the NDEF message (e.g. service UUIDs)

    // <1=> Enabled
    // <0=> Disabled

    #ifndef ADVANCED_ADVDATA_SUPPORT
    #define ADVANCED_ADVDATA_SUPPORT 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <q> NFC_BLE_OOB_ADVDATA_PARSER_ENABLED - nfc_ble_oob_advdata_parser - BLE OOB pairing AD data parser

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_OOB_ADVDATA_PARSER_ENABLED
    #define NFC_BLE_OOB_ADVDATA_PARSER_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_ENABLED - nfc_ble_pair_lib - Library parameters
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_ENABLED
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <e> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_INFO_COLOR
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <h> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_SECURITY_PARAMETERS - Common Peer Manager security parameters.

    //==========================================================
    // <e> BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_BOND - Enables device bonding.

    // <i> If bonding is enabled at least one of the BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_KDIST options must be enabled.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_BOND
    #define BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_BOND 1
    #endif
    // <q> BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_KDIST_OWN_ENC - Enables Long Term Key and Master Identification distribution by device.

    #ifndef BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_KDIST_OWN_ENC
    #define BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_KDIST_OWN_ENC 1
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_KDIST_OWN_ID - Enables Identity Resolving Key and Identity Address Information distribution by device.

    #ifndef BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_KDIST_OWN_ID
    #define BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_KDIST_OWN_ID 1
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_KDIST_PEER_ENC - Enables Long Term Key and Master Identification distribution by peer.

    #ifndef BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_KDIST_PEER_ENC
    #define BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_KDIST_PEER_ENC 1
    #endif

    // <q> BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_KDIST_PEER_ID - Enables Identity Resolving Key and Identity Address Information distribution by peer.

    #ifndef BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_KDIST_PEER_ID
    #define BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_KDIST_PEER_ID 1
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <o> BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_MIN_KEY_SIZE - Minimal size of a security key.

    // <7=> 7
    // <8=> 8
    // <9=> 9
    // <10=> 10
    // <11=> 11
    // <12=> 12
    // <13=> 13
    // <14=> 14
    // <15=> 15
    // <16=> 16

    #ifndef BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_MIN_KEY_SIZE
    #define BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_MIN_KEY_SIZE 7
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_MAX_KEY_SIZE - Maximal size of a security key.

    // <7=> 7
    // <8=> 8
    // <9=> 9
    // <10=> 10
    // <11=> 11
    // <12=> 12
    // <13=> 13
    // <14=> 14
    // <15=> 15
    // <16=> 16

    #ifndef BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_MAX_KEY_SIZE
    #define BLE_NFC_SEC_PARAM_MAX_KEY_SIZE 16
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // </e>

    // <q> NFC_BLE_PAIR_MSG_ENABLED - nfc_ble_pair_msg - NDEF message for OOB pairing encoder

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_MSG_ENABLED
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_MSG_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NFC_CH_COMMON_ENABLED - nfc_ble_pair_common - OOB pairing common data

    #ifndef NFC_CH_COMMON_ENABLED
    #define NFC_CH_COMMON_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NFC_EP_OOB_REC_ENABLED - nfc_ep_oob_rec - EP record for BLE pairing encoder

    #ifndef NFC_EP_OOB_REC_ENABLED
    #define NFC_EP_OOB_REC_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NFC_HS_REC_ENABLED - nfc_hs_rec - Handover Select NDEF record encoder

    #ifndef NFC_HS_REC_ENABLED
    #define NFC_HS_REC_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NFC_LE_OOB_REC_ENABLED - nfc_le_oob_rec - LE record for BLE pairing encoder

    #ifndef NFC_LE_OOB_REC_ENABLED
    #define NFC_LE_OOB_REC_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NFC_LE_OOB_REC_PARSER_ENABLED - nfc_le_oob_rec_parser - LE record parser

    #ifndef NFC_LE_OOB_REC_PARSER_ENABLED
    #define NFC_LE_OOB_REC_PARSER_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NFC_NDEF_LAUNCHAPP_MSG_ENABLED - nfc_launchapp_msg - Encoding data for NDEF Application Launching message for NFC Tag

    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_LAUNCHAPP_MSG_ENABLED
    #define NFC_NDEF_LAUNCHAPP_MSG_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NFC_NDEF_LAUNCHAPP_REC_ENABLED - nfc_launchapp_rec - Encoding data for NDEF Application Launching record for NFC Tag

    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_LAUNCHAPP_REC_ENABLED
    #define NFC_NDEF_LAUNCHAPP_REC_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> NFC_NDEF_MSG_ENABLED - nfc_ndef_msg - NFC NDEF Message generator module
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_MSG_ENABLED
    #define NFC_NDEF_MSG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NFC_NDEF_MSG_TAG_TYPE - NFC Tag Type

    // <2=> Type 2 Tag
    // <4=> Type 4 Tag

    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_MSG_TAG_TYPE
    #define NFC_NDEF_MSG_TAG_TYPE 2
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NFC_NDEF_MSG_PARSER_ENABLED - nfc_ndef_msg_parser - NFC NDEF message parser module
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_MSG_PARSER_ENABLED
    #define NFC_NDEF_MSG_PARSER_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <e> NFC_NDEF_MSG_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_MSG_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NFC_NDEF_MSG_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NFC_NDEF_MSG_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_MSG_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NFC_NDEF_MSG_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_NDEF_MSG_PARSER_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_MSG_PARSER_INFO_COLOR
    #define NFC_NDEF_MSG_PARSER_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <q> NFC_NDEF_RECORD_ENABLED - nfc_ndef_record - NFC NDEF Record generator module

    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_RECORD_ENABLED
    #define NFC_NDEF_RECORD_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> NFC_NDEF_RECORD_PARSER_ENABLED - nfc_ndef_record_parser - NFC NDEF Record parser module
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_RECORD_PARSER_ENABLED
    #define NFC_NDEF_RECORD_PARSER_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <e> NFC_NDEF_RECORD_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_RECORD_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NFC_NDEF_RECORD_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NFC_NDEF_RECORD_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_RECORD_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NFC_NDEF_RECORD_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_NDEF_RECORD_PARSER_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_RECORD_PARSER_INFO_COLOR
    #define NFC_NDEF_RECORD_PARSER_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <q> NFC_NDEF_TEXT_RECORD_ENABLED - nfc_text_rec - Encoding data for a text record for NFC Tag

    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_TEXT_RECORD_ENABLED
    #define NFC_NDEF_TEXT_RECORD_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NFC_NDEF_URI_MSG_ENABLED - nfc_uri_msg - Encoding data for NDEF message with URI record for NFC Tag

    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_URI_MSG_ENABLED
    #define NFC_NDEF_URI_MSG_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <q> NFC_NDEF_URI_REC_ENABLED - nfc_uri_rec - Encoding data for a URI record for NFC Tag

    #ifndef NFC_NDEF_URI_REC_ENABLED
    #define NFC_NDEF_URI_REC_ENABLED 0
    #endif

    // <e> NFC_T2T_HAL_ENABLED - nfc_t2t_hal - Hardware Abstraction Layer for NFC library.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_T2T_HAL_ENABLED
    #define NFC_T2T_HAL_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NFCT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NFCT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NFCT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_PIN_ENABLED - Enables pin debug in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_PIN_ENABLED
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_PIN_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_ON_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_ON_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_ON_DEBUG_PIN 11
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_OFF_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_OFF_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_OFF_DEBUG_PIN 12
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_NFC_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_NFC_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_NFC_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN 24
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_DETECT_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_DETECT_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_DETECT_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN 25
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_TIMER4_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_TIMER4_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_TIMER4_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN 28
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_ON_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_ON_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_ON_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_OFF_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_OFF_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_OFF_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_NFC_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_NFC_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_NFC_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_DETECT_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_DETECT_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_DETECT_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_TIMER4_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_TIMER4_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_TIMER4_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <o> HAL_NFC_FIELD_TIMER_PERIOD - TIMER4 period in us (used for workaround). <100-10000>


    // <i> This value is used as a timeout for polling NFC field to detect FIELDLOST event.
    // <i> This value can affect Tag behavior.

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_FIELD_TIMER_PERIOD
    #define HAL_NFC_FIELD_TIMER_PERIOD 100
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NFC_T2T_PARSER_ENABLED - nfc_type_2_tag_parser - Parser for decoding Type 2 Tag data
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_T2T_PARSER_ENABLED
    #define NFC_T2T_PARSER_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <e> NFC_T2T_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_T2T_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NFC_T2T_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NFC_T2T_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NFC_T2T_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NFC_T2T_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_T2T_PARSER_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NFC_T2T_PARSER_INFO_COLOR
    #define NFC_T2T_PARSER_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NFC_T4T_APDU_ENABLED - nfc_t4t_apdu - APDU encoder/decoder for Type 4 Tag
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_T4T_APDU_ENABLED
    #define NFC_T4T_APDU_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <e> NFC_T4T_APDU_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_T4T_APDU_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NFC_T4T_APDU_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NFC_T4T_APDU_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NFC_T4T_APDU_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NFC_T4T_APDU_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_T4T_APDU_LOG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NFC_T4T_APDU_LOG_COLOR
    #define NFC_T4T_APDU_LOG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NFC_T4T_CC_FILE_PARSER_ENABLED - nfc_t4t_cc_file - Capability Container file for Type 4 Tag
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_T4T_CC_FILE_PARSER_ENABLED
    #define NFC_T4T_CC_FILE_PARSER_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <e> NFC_T4T_CC_FILE_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_T4T_CC_FILE_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NFC_T4T_CC_FILE_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NFC_T4T_CC_FILE_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NFC_T4T_CC_FILE_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NFC_T4T_CC_FILE_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_T4T_CC_FILE_PARSER_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NFC_T4T_CC_FILE_PARSER_INFO_COLOR
    #define NFC_T4T_CC_FILE_PARSER_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // <e> NFC_T4T_HAL_ENABLED - nfc_t4t_hal - Hardware Abstraction Layer for NFC library.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_T4T_HAL_ENABLED
    #define NFC_T4T_HAL_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NFCT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY - Interrupt priority

    // <i> Priorities 0,2 (nRF51) and 0,1,4,5 (nRF52) are reserved for SoftDevice
    // <0=> 0 (highest)
    // <1=> 1
    // <2=> 2
    // <3=> 3
    // <4=> 4
    // <5=> 5
    // <6=> 6
    // <7=> 7

    #ifndef NFCT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY
    #define NFCT_CONFIG_IRQ_PRIORITY 6
    #endif

    // <e> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_PIN_ENABLED - Enables pin debug in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_PIN_ENABLED
    #define HAL_NFC_CONFIG_DEBUG_PIN_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_ON_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_ON_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_ON_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_OFF_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_OFF_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_OFF_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_NFC_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_NFC_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_NFC_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_DETECT_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_DETECT_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_DETECT_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_TIMER4_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_TIMER4_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_TIMER4_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_ON_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_ON_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_ON_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_OFF_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_OFF_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_HCLOCK_OFF_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_NFC_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_NFC_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_NFC_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_DETECT_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_DETECT_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_DETECT_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // <o> HAL_NFC_TIMER4_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN - Pin number

    // <0=> 0 (P0.0)
    // <1=> 1 (P0.1)
    // <2=> 2 (P0.2)
    // <3=> 3 (P0.3)
    // <4=> 4 (P0.4)
    // <5=> 5 (P0.5)
    // <6=> 6 (P0.6)
    // <7=> 7 (P0.7)
    // <8=> 8 (P0.8)
    // <9=> 9 (P0.9)
    // <10=> 10 (P0.10)
    // <11=> 11 (P0.11)
    // <12=> 12 (P0.12)
    // <13=> 13 (P0.13)
    // <14=> 14 (P0.14)
    // <15=> 15 (P0.15)
    // <16=> 16 (P0.16)
    // <17=> 17 (P0.17)
    // <18=> 18 (P0.18)
    // <19=> 19 (P0.19)
    // <20=> 20 (P0.20)
    // <21=> 21 (P0.21)
    // <22=> 22 (P0.22)
    // <23=> 23 (P0.23)
    // <24=> 24 (P0.24)
    // <25=> 25 (P0.25)
    // <26=> 26 (P0.26)
    // <27=> 27 (P0.27)
    // <28=> 28 (P0.28)
    // <29=> 29 (P0.29)
    // <30=> 30 (P0.30)
    // <31=> 31 (P0.31)
    // <4294967295=> Not connected

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_TIMER4_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN
    #define HAL_NFC_TIMER4_EVENT_DEBUG_PIN 31
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <o> HAL_NFC_FIELD_TIMER_PERIOD - TIMER4 period in us (used for workaround). <100-10000>


    // <i> This value is used as a timeout for polling NFC field to detect FIELDLOST event.
    // <i> This value can affect Tag behavior.

    #ifndef HAL_NFC_FIELD_TIMER_PERIOD
    #define HAL_NFC_FIELD_TIMER_PERIOD 100
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NFC_T4T_HL_DETECTION_PROCEDURES_ENABLED - nfc_t4t_hl_detection_procedures - NDEF Detection Procedure for Type 4 Tag
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_T4T_HL_DETECTION_PROCEDURES_ENABLED
    #define NFC_T4T_HL_DETECTION_PROCEDURES_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <e> NFC_T4T_HL_DETECTION_PROCEDURES_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_T4T_HL_DETECTION_PROCEDURES_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NFC_T4T_HL_DETECTION_PROCEDURES_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NFC_T4T_HL_DETECTION_PROCEDURES_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NFC_T4T_HL_DETECTION_PROCEDURES_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NFC_T4T_HL_DETECTION_PROCEDURES_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_T4T_HL_DETECTION_PROCEDURES_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NFC_T4T_HL_DETECTION_PROCEDURES_INFO_COLOR
    #define NFC_T4T_HL_DETECTION_PROCEDURES_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <o> APDU_BUFF_SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the buffer for APDU storage
    #ifndef APDU_BUFF_SIZE
    #define APDU_BUFF_SIZE 250
    #endif

    // <o> CC_STORAGE_BUFF_SIZE - Size (in bytes) of the buffer for CC file storage
    #ifndef CC_STORAGE_BUFF_SIZE
    #define CC_STORAGE_BUFF_SIZE 64
    #endif

    // </e>

    // <e> NFC_T4T_TLV_BLOCK_PARSER_ENABLED - nfc_t4t_tlv_block - TLV block for Type 4 Tag
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_T4T_TLV_BLOCK_PARSER_ENABLED
    #define NFC_T4T_TLV_BLOCK_PARSER_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <e> NFC_T4T_TLV_BLOCK_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED - Enables logging in the module.
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NFC_T4T_TLV_BLOCK_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED
    #define NFC_T4T_TLV_BLOCK_PARSER_LOG_ENABLED 0
    #endif
    // <o> NFC_T4T_TLV_BLOCK_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL - Default Severity level

    // <0=> Off
    // <1=> Error
    // <2=> Warning
    // <3=> Info
    // <4=> Debug

    #ifndef NFC_T4T_TLV_BLOCK_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL
    #define NFC_T4T_TLV_BLOCK_PARSER_LOG_LEVEL 3
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_T4T_TLV_BLOCK_PARSER_INFO_COLOR - ANSI escape code prefix.

    // <0=> Default
    // <1=> Black
    // <2=> Red
    // <3=> Green
    // <4=> Yellow
    // <5=> Blue
    // <6=> Magenta
    // <7=> Cyan
    // <8=> White

    #ifndef NFC_T4T_TLV_BLOCK_PARSER_INFO_COLOR
    #define NFC_T4T_TLV_BLOCK_PARSER_INFO_COLOR 0
    #endif

    // </e>

    // </e>

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nRF_Segger_RTT

    //==========================================================
    // <h> segger_rtt - SEGGER RTT

    //==========================================================
    // <o> SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_BUFFER_SIZE_UP - Size of upstream buffer.
    // <i> Note that either @ref NRF_LOG_BACKEND_RTT_OUTPUT_BUFFER_SIZE
    // <i> or this value is actually used. It depends on which one is bigger.

    #ifndef SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_BUFFER_SIZE_UP
    #define SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_BUFFER_SIZE_UP 512
    #endif

    // <o> SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_MAX_NUM_UP_BUFFERS - Size of upstream buffer.
    #ifndef SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_MAX_NUM_UP_BUFFERS
    #define SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_MAX_NUM_UP_BUFFERS 2
    #endif

    // <o> SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_BUFFER_SIZE_DOWN - Size of upstream buffer.
    #ifndef SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_BUFFER_SIZE_DOWN
    #define SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_BUFFER_SIZE_DOWN 16
    #endif

    // <o> SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_MAX_NUM_DOWN_BUFFERS - Size of upstream buffer.
    #ifndef SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_MAX_NUM_DOWN_BUFFERS
    #define SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_MAX_NUM_DOWN_BUFFERS 2
    #endif

    // <o> SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_DEFAULT_MODE - RTT behavior if the buffer is full.

    // <i> The following modes are supported:
    // <i> - SKIP - Do not block, output nothing.
    // <i> - TRIM - Do not block, output as much as fits.
    // <i> - BLOCK - Wait until there is space in the buffer.
    // <0=> SKIP
    // <1=> TRIM
    // <2=> BLOCK_IF_FIFO_FULL

    #ifndef SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_DEFAULT_MODE
    #define SEGGER_RTT_CONFIG_DEFAULT_MODE 0
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> nRF_SoftDevice

    //==========================================================
    // <e> NRF_SDH_BLE_ENABLED - nrf_sdh_ble - SoftDevice BLE event handler
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_ENABLED
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <h> BLE Stack configuration - Stack configuration parameters

    // <i> The SoftDevice handler will configure the stack with these parameters when calling @ref nrf_sdh_ble_default_cfg_set.
    // <i> Other libraries might depend on these values; keep them up-to-date even if you are not explicitely calling @ref nrf_sdh_ble_default_cfg_set.
    //==========================================================
    // <o> NRF_SDH_BLE_GAP_DATA_LENGTH <27-251>


    // <i> Requested BLE GAP data length to be negotiated.

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_GAP_DATA_LENGTH
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_GAP_DATA_LENGTH 27
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_BLE_PERIPHERAL_LINK_COUNT - Maximum number of peripheral links.
    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_PERIPHERAL_LINK_COUNT
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_PERIPHERAL_LINK_COUNT 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_BLE_CENTRAL_LINK_COUNT - Maximum number of central links.
    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_CENTRAL_LINK_COUNT
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_CENTRAL_LINK_COUNT 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_BLE_TOTAL_LINK_COUNT - Total link count.
    // <i> Maximum number of total concurrent connections using the default configuration.

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_TOTAL_LINK_COUNT
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_TOTAL_LINK_COUNT 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_BLE_GAP_EVENT_LENGTH - GAP event length.
    // <i> The time set aside for this connection on every connection interval in 1.25 ms units.

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_GAP_EVENT_LENGTH
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_GAP_EVENT_LENGTH 6
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_BLE_GATT_MAX_MTU_SIZE - Static maximum MTU size.
    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_GATT_MAX_MTU_SIZE
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_GATT_MAX_MTU_SIZE 23
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_BLE_GATTS_ATTR_TAB_SIZE - Attribute Table size in bytes. The size must be a multiple of 4.
    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_GATTS_ATTR_TAB_SIZE
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_GATTS_ATTR_TAB_SIZE 1408
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_BLE_VS_UUID_COUNT - The number of vendor-specific UUIDs.
    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_VS_UUID_COUNT
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_VS_UUID_COUNT 0
    #endif

    // <q> NRF_SDH_BLE_SERVICE_CHANGED - Include the Service Changed characteristic in the Attribute Table.

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_SERVICE_CHANGED
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_SERVICE_CHANGED 1
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> BLE Observers - Observers and priority levels

    //==========================================================
    // <o> NRF_SDH_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS - Total number of priority levels for BLE observers.
    // <i> This setting configures the number of priority levels available for BLE event handlers.
    // <i> The priority level of a handler determines the order in which it receives events, with respect to other handlers.

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS 4
    #endif

    // <h> BLE Observers priorities - Invididual priorities

    //==========================================================
    // <o> BLE_ADV_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Advertising module.

    #ifndef BLE_ADV_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_ADV_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_ANCS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Apple Notification Service Client.

    #ifndef BLE_ANCS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_ANCS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_ANS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Alert Notification Service Client.

    #ifndef BLE_ANS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_ANS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_BAS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Battery Service.

    #ifndef BLE_BAS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_BAS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_BAS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Battery Service Client.

    #ifndef BLE_BAS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_BAS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_BPS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Blood Pressure Service.

    #ifndef BLE_BPS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_BPS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_CONN_PARAMS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Connection parameters module.

    #ifndef BLE_CONN_PARAMS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_CONN_PARAMS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_CONN_STATE_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Connection State module.

    #ifndef BLE_CONN_STATE_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_CONN_STATE_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 0
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_CSCS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Cycling Speed and Cadence Service.

    #ifndef BLE_CSCS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_CSCS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_CTS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Current Time Service Client.

    #ifndef BLE_CTS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_CTS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_DB_DISC_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Database Discovery module.

    #ifndef BLE_DB_DISC_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_DB_DISC_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_DFU_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the DFU Service.

    #ifndef BLE_DFU_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_DFU_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_DIS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Device Information Client.

    #ifndef BLE_DIS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_DIS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_GLS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Glucose Service.

    #ifndef BLE_GLS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_GLS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_HIDS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Human Interface Device Service.

    #ifndef BLE_HIDS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_HIDS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_HRS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Heart Rate Service.

    #ifndef BLE_HRS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_HRS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_HRS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Heart Rate Service Client.

    #ifndef BLE_HRS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_HRS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_HTS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Health Thermometer Service.

    #ifndef BLE_HTS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_HTS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_IAS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Immediate Alert Service.

    #ifndef BLE_IAS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_IAS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_IAS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Immediate Alert Service Client.

    #ifndef BLE_IAS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_IAS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_LBS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the LED Button Service.

    #ifndef BLE_LBS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_LBS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_LBS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the LED Button Service Client.

    #ifndef BLE_LBS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_LBS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_LLS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Link Loss Service.

    #ifndef BLE_LLS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_LLS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_LNS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Location Navigation Service.

    #ifndef BLE_LNS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_LNS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_NUS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the UART Service.

    #ifndef BLE_NUS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_NUS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_NUS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the UART Central Service.

    #ifndef BLE_NUS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_NUS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_OTS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Object transfer service.

    #ifndef BLE_OTS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_OTS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_OTS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Object transfer service client.

    #ifndef BLE_OTS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_OTS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_RSCS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Running Speed and Cadence Service.

    #ifndef BLE_RSCS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_RSCS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_RSCS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Running Speed and Cadence Client.

    #ifndef BLE_RSCS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_RSCS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_TPS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the TX Power Service.

    #ifndef BLE_TPS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_TPS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BSP_BTN_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Button Control module.

    #ifndef BSP_BTN_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BSP_BTN_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the NFC pairing library.

    #ifndef NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NFC_BLE_PAIR_LIB_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_BMS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Bond Management Service.

    #ifndef NRF_BLE_BMS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NRF_BLE_BMS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_CGMS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Contiuon Glucose Monitoring Service.

    #ifndef NRF_BLE_CGMS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NRF_BLE_CGMS_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_ES_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Eddystone module.

    #ifndef NRF_BLE_ES_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NRF_BLE_ES_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_GATTS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the GATT Service Client.

    #ifndef NRF_BLE_GATTS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NRF_BLE_GATTS_C_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_GATT_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the GATT module.

    #ifndef NRF_BLE_GATT_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NRF_BLE_GATT_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_BLE_QWR_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Queued writes module.

    #ifndef NRF_BLE_QWR_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NRF_BLE_QWR_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif


    // <o> PM_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO - Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the Peer Manager module.
    #ifndef PM_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define PM_BLE_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // </h>
    //==========================================================


    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_SDH_ENABLED - nrf_sdh - SoftDevice handler
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_SDH_ENABLED
    #define NRF_SDH_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <h> Dispatch model

    // <i> This setting configures how Stack events are dispatched to the application.
    //==========================================================
    // <o> NRF_SDH_DISPATCH_MODEL

    // <i> NRF_SDH_DISPATCH_MODEL_INTERRUPT: SoftDevice events are passed to the application from the interrupt context.
    // <i> NRF_SDH_DISPATCH_MODEL_APPSH: SoftDevice events are scheduled using @ref app_scheduler.
    // <i> NRF_SDH_DISPATCH_MODEL_POLLING: SoftDevice events are to be fetched manually.
    // <0=> NRF_SDH_DISPATCH_MODEL_INTERRUPT
    // <1=> NRF_SDH_DISPATCH_MODEL_APPSH
    // <2=> NRF_SDH_DISPATCH_MODEL_POLLING

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_DISPATCH_MODEL
    #define NRF_SDH_DISPATCH_MODEL 0
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> Clock - SoftDevice clock configuration

    //==========================================================
    // <o> NRF_SDH_CLOCK_LF_SRC - SoftDevice clock source.

    // <0=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_SRC_RC
    // <1=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_SRC_XTAL
    // <2=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_SRC_SYNTH

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_CLOCK_LF_SRC
    #define NRF_SDH_CLOCK_LF_SRC 2
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_CLOCK_LF_RC_CTIV - SoftDevice calibration timer interval.
    #ifndef NRF_SDH_CLOCK_LF_RC_CTIV
    #define NRF_SDH_CLOCK_LF_RC_CTIV 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_CLOCK_LF_RC_TEMP_CTIV - SoftDevice calibration timer interval under constant temperature.
    // <i> How often (in number of calibration intervals) the RC oscillator shall be calibrated
    // <i> if the temperature has not changed.

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_CLOCK_LF_RC_TEMP_CTIV
    #define NRF_SDH_CLOCK_LF_RC_TEMP_CTIV 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY - External clock accuracy used in the LL to compute timing.

    // <0=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY_250_PPM
    // <1=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY_500_PPM
    // <2=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY_150_PPM
    // <3=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY_100_PPM
    // <4=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY_75_PPM
    // <5=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY_50_PPM
    // <6=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY_30_PPM
    // <7=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY_20_PPM
    // <8=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY_10_PPM
    // <9=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY_5_PPM
    // <10=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY_2_PPM
    // <11=> NRF_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY_1_PPM

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY
    #define NRF_SDH_CLOCK_LF_ACCURACY 5
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> SDH Observers - Observers and priority levels

    //==========================================================
    // <o> NRF_SDH_REQ_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS - Total number of priority levels for request observers.
    // <i> This setting configures the number of priority levels available for the SoftDevice request event handlers.
    // <i> The priority level of a handler determines the order in which it receives events, with respect to other handlers.

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_REQ_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS
    #define NRF_SDH_REQ_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS 2
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_STATE_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS - Total number of priority levels for state observers.
    // <i> This setting configures the number of priority levels available for the SoftDevice state event handlers.
    // <i> The priority level of a handler determines the order in which it receives events, with respect to other handlers.

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_STATE_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS
    #define NRF_SDH_STATE_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS 2
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_STACK_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS - Total number of priority levels for stack event observers.
    // <i> This setting configures the number of priority levels available for the SoftDevice stack event handlers (ANT, BLE, SoC).
    // <i> The priority level of a handler determines the order in which it receives events, with respect to other handlers.

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_STACK_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS
    #define NRF_SDH_STACK_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS 2
    #endif


    // <h> State Observers priorities - Invididual priorities

    //==========================================================
    // <o> CLOCK_CONFIG_STATE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which state events are dispatched to the Clock driver.

    #ifndef CLOCK_CONFIG_STATE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define CLOCK_CONFIG_STATE_OBSERVER_PRIO 0
    #endif

    // <o> POWER_CONFIG_STATE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which state events are dispatched to the Power driver.

    #ifndef POWER_CONFIG_STATE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define POWER_CONFIG_STATE_OBSERVER_PRIO 0
    #endif

    // <o> RNG_CONFIG_STATE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which state events are dispatched to this module.

    #ifndef RNG_CONFIG_STATE_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define RNG_CONFIG_STATE_OBSERVER_PRIO 0
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <h> Stack Event Observers priorities - Invididual priorities

    //==========================================================
    // <o> NRF_SDH_ANT_STACK_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> This setting configures the priority with which ANT events are processed with respect to other events coming from the stack.
    // <i> Modify this setting if you need to have ANT events dispatched before or after other stack events, such as BLE or SoC.
    // <i> Zero is the highest priority.

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_ANT_STACK_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NRF_SDH_ANT_STACK_OBSERVER_PRIO 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_BLE_STACK_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> This setting configures the priority with which BLE events are processed with respect to other events coming from the stack.
    // <i> Modify this setting if you need to have BLE events dispatched before or after other stack events, such as ANT or SoC.
    // <i> Zero is the highest priority.

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_BLE_STACK_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NRF_SDH_BLE_STACK_OBSERVER_PRIO 0
    #endif

    // <o> NRF_SDH_SOC_STACK_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> This setting configures the priority with which SoC events are processed with respect to other events coming from the stack.
    // <i> Modify this setting if you need to have SoC events dispatched before or after other stack events, such as ANT or BLE.
    // <i> Zero is the highest priority.

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_SOC_STACK_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NRF_SDH_SOC_STACK_OBSERVER_PRIO 0
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // </h>
    //==========================================================


    // </e>

    // <e> NRF_SDH_SOC_ENABLED - nrf_sdh_soc - SoftDevice SoC event handler
    //==========================================================
    #ifndef NRF_SDH_SOC_ENABLED
    #define NRF_SDH_SOC_ENABLED 1
    #endif
    // <h> SoC Observers - Observers and priority levels

    //==========================================================
    // <o> NRF_SDH_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS - Total number of priority levels for SoC observers.
    // <i> This setting configures the number of priority levels available for the SoC event handlers.
    // <i> The priority level of a handler determines the order in which it receives events, with respect to other handlers.

    #ifndef NRF_SDH_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS
    #define NRF_SDH_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO_LEVELS 5
    #endif

    // <h> SoC Observers priorities - Invididual priorities

    //==========================================================
    // <o> BLE_ADV_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which SoC events are dispatched to the Advertising module.

    #ifndef BLE_ADV_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_ADV_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // <o> BLE_DFU_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which BLE events are dispatched to the DFU Service.

    #ifndef BLE_DFU_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define BLE_DFU_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO 4
    #endif


    // <o> NRF_BLE_SCAN_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority for dispatching the BLE events to the Scanning Module.

    #ifndef NRF_BLE_SCAN_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define NRF_BLE_SCAN_OBSERVER_PRIO 3
    #endif

    // <o> CLOCK_CONFIG_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which SoC events are dispatched to the Clock driver.

    #ifndef CLOCK_CONFIG_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define CLOCK_CONFIG_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO 1
    #endif

    // <o> POWER_CONFIG_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO
    // <i> Priority with which SoC events are dispatched to the Power driver.

    #ifndef POWER_CONFIG_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO
    #define POWER_CONFIG_SOC_OBSERVER_PRIO 2
    #endif

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // </e>

    // </h>
    //==========================================================

    // <<< end of configuration section >>>
    #endif //SDK_CONFIG_H

  • The current line of code referred to in the error is -

        memset(&adv_result, 0, sizeof(adv_result));

    And the error is -

    MedsenseGW.c:495: undefined reference to `m_nrf_log_app_logs_dataconst'

    Please help me make it go away soon.