Mobility

Bluetooth Radio Performance: - Class 1 Vs. Class 2 Bluetooth - Adaptive Frequency Hopping (AFH)

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Executive Summary

The radio range achieved by the scanner and cradle is dictated by the path loss of the system, rather than it's classification as Class 1 or Class 2 Bluetooth. As shown in this paper, Motorola's use of a high-sensitivity Class 2 Bluetooth design in the LS3578 scanner and STB3578 cradle does achieve comparable radio range as the previous Class 1 Bluetooth design, utilized in the LS3478 scanner and STB3478 cradle. In addition, the integration of AFH enables the LS3578 scanner and STB3578 cradle to perform robustly in even the most demanding WLAN environments.

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