In my 2nd blog post in the series on Bluetooth 5, I go over one of the main features of Bluetooth 5: 2x speed.
The advertised 2x speed of Bluetooth 5 is great! BUT, what does that even mean? Is it 2x "1 Mbps" = 2 Mbps? Is that even achievable in terms of your application data throughput? How do you optimize for maximum throughput? How does it affect power consumption?
There are at least a few variables that determine your application throughout. In this blog post, I put them all in one list, explain each of them, and then detail how each affects the data throughput. The goal is to have a complete resource that you can refer to when designing for maximum data throughput.
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