MathWorks Bluetooth® Toolbox provides standard-based tools to design, simulate, and verify Bluetooth communications systems. It supports test waveform generation, golden reference verification, and Bluetooth network modeling.
With the toolbox, you can configure, simulate, and analyze end-to-end Bluetooth communication links. You can create and reuse test benches to verify that your designs, prototypes, and implementations comply with the Bluetooth standard, including Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) and Bluetooth Classic. You can also assess coexistence, interference, localization, and LE Audio scenarios by modeling multiple layers of the Bluetooth protocol stack.
Generate and visualize all Bluetooth waveform variants, including Basic Rate/Enhanced Data Rate (BR/EDR) and Low Energy (LE). Simulate all modulation and coding options.
Perform Bluetooth BR/EDR and LE link simulation in the presence of radio frequency (RF) impairments, path loss, and WLAN interference. Compute bit error rates (BERs) and packet error rates (PERs).
Create and configure a shared channel between Bluetooth and WLAN devices. Simulate and visualize coexistence between Bluetooth and WLAN devices and mitigate interference by using adaptive frequency hopping.
Implement lateration, angulation, or distance-angle localization methods and calculate the 2D or 3D position of an LE node. Simulate the direction finding packet exchange to track its position.
Configure, simulate, and visualize multinode communication LE Audio and piconet networks. Model managed flooding in Bluetooth mesh networks. Write LE link layer packets to PCAP and PCAPNG files.