Adaptive packetisation for video streams for Bluetooth v.2.0 data rates

Adaptive packetisation for video streams for Bluetooth v.2.0 data rates

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Bluetooth v.2.0 interconnects employ multiple data rates and packet types. Proposed is monitoring of the arriving IP packet sizes of an encoded video stream along with the RF background, leading to a scheme with adaptive packetisation and changing data rates over time. Received video quality significantly improves over fixed or semi-adaptive schemes.


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