Bluetooth® Toolbox features and reference examples enable you to evaluate the performance of Bluetooth basic rate/enhanced data rate (BR/EDR) and low energy (LE) systems in the presence of WLAN signal interference.
Use the coexistence modeling capabilities of the toolbox to:
Create and configure a shared channel between Bluetooth and WLAN.
Simulate and visualize noncollaborative coexistence between Bluetooth and WLAN and mitigate interference by using adaptive frequency hopping (AFH).
Select a Bluetooth LE channel index for connection, periodic advertising, and isochronous events.
Generate a Bluetooth BR/EDR hopping sequence for inquiry, paging, and connection procedures.
|Wireless network simulator|
|Bluetooth LE node|
|Bluetooth BR node|
|Bluetooth LE LL connection configuration parameters|
|Bluetooth BR connection configuration parameters|
|Bluetooth LE channel index selection|
|Bluetooth BR/EDR channel index for frequency hopping|
|On-Off application traffic pattern generator|
- Bluetooth-WLAN Coexistence
Understand the coexistence of Bluetooth and WLAN.
- Bluetooth LE Node Statistics
Explore the statistics of Bluetooth LE node.
- Bluetooth Node Statistics
Explore the statistics of Bluetooth BR node.
- Configure Bluetooth BR/EDR Channel with WLAN Interference and Pass the Waveform Through Channel
Model a Bluetooth BR/EDR channel with WLAN interference and pass the waveform through the channel.
- Create, Configure, and Simulate Bluetooth BR Piconet
Use Bluetooth node object to create, configure, and simulate Bluetooth BR piconet.
- Simulate Multiple Bluetooth BR Piconets with ACL Traffic
Use Bluetooth node object to create, configure, and simulate multiple Bluetooth BR piconets with ACL traffic.