1MA282: Bluetooth® Low Energy (V5.0) RF-Test for Internet of Things Applications

More and more everyday items such as household appliances, vehicles, lights, etc. are now connected to the Internet, forming what is known as the "Internet of Things". Even clothing with sewn-in sensors to measure vital functions can now connect to the Internet and transmit data to cloud services. These different things use a variety of wireless technology standards to establish a connection. Due to its popularity, one of the most important standards is Bluetooth (or Bluetooth Low Energy). Before a new product with Bluetooth functionality can be launched, the qualification process defined by the Bluetooth SIG must be successfully completed. To save time and money, performance tests need to be performed in the development stage. This application note describes how to use the R&S CMW platform to perform the measurements defined in Bluetooth test specification version 5. As an alternative solution, we also cover how to perform almost all of the measurements with a spectrum analyzer and signal generator.

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Name Type Language Version Date Size
1MA282_BT_IOT_4d.pdf Application Note German 4d 23.11.2018 5 MB
FSW-K70_Presets_V2.zip Application Note File English 09.04.2018 8 kB
1MA282_Modulation_Characteristics_V2.py Application Note File English 09.04.2018 20 kB
FSV-K70_Presets_V2.zip Application Note File English 09.04.2018 7 kB
1MA282_BT_IOT_4e.pdf Application Note English 4e 23.11.2018 5 MB
1MA282_In-Band_EmissionV1.1.py Application Note File English V1.1 23.10.2017 14 kB
1MA282_Output_PowerV1.1.py Application Note File English V1.1 23.10.2017 13 kB
CMW_Interferer.zip Application Note File English 1 23.11.2018 63 MB
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