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Performance of a Bluetooth IP Network for Streaming High Quality Audio

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Performance of a Bluetooth IP Network for Streaming High Quality Audio
An ’Internet Protocol’ (IP) network established over Bluetooth affords higher practical throughput compared to the ‘Synchronous Connection Oriented’ (SCO) physical link allowing the usage of high quality audio codecs such as the ‘Motion Picture Expert Group-1 Layer 3’ (MP3) and ‘Ogg Vorbis’ audio codecs. The Bluetooth IP network by default sets the ‘Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol’ (L2CAP) layer to infinite retransmissions effecting a trade-off between audio quality and audio playback continuity. This paper studies the attributes of the Bluetooth IP network for streaming stored high quality audio.
Wan Kin Loh, Salil S. Kanhere, Deep Sen
Added 25 Jun 2010
Updated 25 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2005
Where LCN
Authors Wan Kin Loh, Salil S. Kanhere, Deep Sen
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