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Digital data communication in Bluetooth

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er.akhilkumar

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Can anyone please help me in understanding digital data communication between two bluetooth device? Actually what I want to understand is why in BLE (Bluetooth 4.0) a group of 37 data channels of 2Mb each have been used for transfering only 23-bit data? Means 1 channel of 2Mb for only transferring 23 bits. I am not unable to understand it.

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Hi Friend,
I think this is because, the Blutooth is operating in ISM band of 2.4 GHz. Hence, the data rate you have specified is available in the Blutooth. Probably, if you use higher version of modulation, you can go further.
 

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