Video-Streaming Applications Enabled Across Bluetooth V. 2.0 Interconnects
Source: University of Essex
Bluetooth v. 2.0's enhanced datarates bring quality video streaming within scope. To harness that capacity in the presence of RF noise, various techniques should be applied. Dynamic packetization of an encoded video stream improves throughput and meets playout deadlines. Datarate swapping reduces RF loss and obviates the need for ARQ. Bluetooth's ARQ is shown to be unhelpful for video streaming unless the re-transmission policy adapts to buffer fullness. PSNR measurements demonstrate high-quality reception when all the techniques are applied.