This document explains how Context Type values are used to describe audio use cases and to signal availability for audio use cases.
This white paper characterizes the Low Complexity Communication Codec (LC3) specification regarding typical codec aspects such as complexity, algorithmic/transmission delay, and subjective audio quality. It provides additional information beyond the technical specification of LC3 which is useful for product designers, codec implementers and profile developers.
This document uses a Message Sequence Chart (MSC) to explain the Bluetooth® LE Audio use case where a user listening to music from their PC on their earbuds is interrupted by an incoming call from their phone.
Andrew Estrada with Sony Electronics shares his outlook on the benefits LC3 will bring to the wireless audio market, including longer battery life, better coexistence, and higher quality.
Peter Liu with Bose Corporation explains how LC3 will help improve the user experience for Bluetooth audio listeners.
Hear Rasmus Abildgren of Bose explain how the audio quality and power consumption of a Bluetooth wireless headphone using LC3 will compare to a wired headphone.
A technical examination of which Bluetooth mesh models to use in different types of lighting and sensor devices, and how these devices form adaptive, highly efficient, connected lighting networks.
A guide for developing profiles or higher level specifications which reference and make use of the Bluetooth Transport Discovery Service (TDS).
Learn how data sent by a Bluetooth Sensor based on GATT and received by a Collector can be transcoded at the Collector into an IEEE Std. 11073-20601a compatible nomenclature and model.
Discover various options available to create Internet Gateways for Bluetooth Low Energy Devices.