The effect of segmentation mismatch on quality of continuous media transmission by Bluetooth

H. Okura, M. Kato, S. Tasaka
The 13th IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications  
This paper examines the effect of segmentation mismatch on audio-video transmission by Bluetooth. We focus on the segmentation mismatch caused by the difference between the RFCOMM Maximum Frame Size and the baseband packet payload size. By experiment, we assessed the maximum throughput and media synchronization quality for various types of ACL packets. In the experiment, a media server transferred stored video and audio streams to a single terminal with point-to-point communication; we supposed
more » ... no fading environment and added white noise by which interference from DSSS systems is modeled. The experiment showed that the effect of segmentation mismatch is large especially when the total bit rate of the two streams is near the channel transmission rate. We also observed that the media synchronization control is effective in compensating for the disturbance by the segmentation mismatch in noisy environments.
doi:10.1109/pimrc.2002.1047313 dblp:conf/pimrc/OkuraKT02 fatcat:nc7uh2gy3fdczps4qrz2dwt6z4