Bluetooth® Toolbox features and reference examples enable you to model Bluetooth basic rate/enhanced data rate (BR/EDR) and low energy (LE) physical layer (PHY) processing based on Bluetooth Core Specification 5.3.
Use the PHY modeling capabilities of the toolbox to:
Configure a Bluetooth BR/EDR and LE channel.
Generate and visualize Bluetooth BR/EDR and LE waveforms.
Decode Bluetooth BR/EDR and LE waveforms using the ideal receiver. The ideal receiver assumes perfect synchronization and enables you to demodulate and decode synchronized time-domain Bluetooth waveforms.
You can also decode the captured signals or the signals received in real time using software-defined radio (SDR) hardware such as the ADALM-PLUTO Radio.
Compute the packet error rate (PER) and bit error rate (BER) values for the Bluetooth BR/EDR and LE waveforms.
|Generate Bluetooth BR/EDR PHY waveform (Since R2020a)|
|Decode Bluetooth BR/EDR PHY waveform (Since R2020a)|
|Generate Bluetooth LE PHY waveform (Since R2019b)|
|Decode Bluetooth LE PHY waveform (Since R2019b)|
|Perform IQ sampling on CTE field of Bluetooth LE packet (Since R2022a)|
|Compute Bluetooth BR/EDR or LE packet duration (Since R2022a)|
- Bluetooth Protocol Stack
Differentiate between the Bluetooth BR/EDR and Bluetooth LE protocol stack.
- Bluetooth Packet Structure
Explore the Bluetooth BR/EDR and Bluetooth LE packet structures.
- Add RF Impairments and Fading Channel Model to Bluetooth LE Waveform in an Indoor Environment
Generate a Bluetooth LE waveform and distort it by adding RF impairments and fading channel model in an indoor environment.
- Generate and Attenuate Bluetooth BR/EDR Waveform in Industrial Environment
Generate and attenuate Bluetooth BR/EDR waveform in an industrial environment.