In I3C v1.1, use of this CCC is expanded to support Bridging Devices with Dynamic Addresses, enabling multiple Bridging Devices on the same I3C Bus. The context of this CCC is also redefined, such that a Bridging Device is now one of several types of Devices that expose or present Virtual Slaves. Bit[4] of the Bus Configuration Register (BCR) now indicates Virtual Slave capabilities.

For bridged Slaves that are enabled by a Bridging Device, I3C v1.1 clarifies the use of other CCCs (such as SETMRL) that address a bridged Slave. I3C v1.1 also clarifies that the SETBRGTGT CCC must be used to change the Dynamic Address of a bridged Slave (not the SETNEWDA CCC).

See the I3C v1.1 Specification at Sections,, and; and the System Integrators Application Note for I3C

[MIPI05] at Section 5.7.
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