Bluetooth® Toolbox features and reference examples enable you to implement Bluetooth location and direction finding functionalities such as angle of arrival (AoA) and angle of departure (AoD) introduced in Bluetooth 5.1. Simulate and evaluate the localization performance in the presence of channel and radio frequency (RF) impairments.
Use the localization capabilities of the toolbox to:
Implement lateration, angulation, or distance-angle localization methods and calculate the 2-D or 3-D position of a Bluetooth low energy (LE) node.
Simulate the direction finding packet exchange to track the 2-D or 3-D position of a Bluetooth LE node.
Estimate the AoA and AoD by using the constant tone extension (CTE) field.
Estimate the maximum range between two Bluetooth basic rate/enhanced data rate (BR/EDR) or LE devices.
|Estimate AoA or AoD of Bluetooth LE Signal|
|Estimate Bluetooth LE node position|
|Perform IQ sampling on CTE field of Bluetooth LE packet|
|Estimate range between two Bluetooth BR/EDR or LE devices|
|Bluetooth LE angle estimation configuration parameters|
|Bluetooth BR/EDR or LE range estimation configuration parameters|
- Bluetooth Packet Structure
Explore the Bluetooth BR/EDR and Bluetooth LE packet structures.
- Bluetooth Location and Direction Finding
Understand the concepts of Bluetooth location and direction finding capability.
- Parameterize Bluetooth LE Direction Finding Features
Learn about the Bluetooth LE direction finding features of Bluetooth Toolbox.
- Estimate Bluetooth LE Node Position
Use Bluetooth LE node position estimation function to estimate the Bluetooth LE node position by using lateration, angulation, or distance-angle localization techniques.