LimeSDR

Flexible, next-generation, open source software-defined radio

May 25, 2016

Receiving Bluetooth Low Energy

We’ve published a new video in which Andrew demonstrates how LimeSDR can be used to receive and decode Bluetooth Low Energy. The demo itself was put together by Josh Blum and built using Pothos, the visual dataflow programming software suite, which Josh also mentioned in his recent blog post on the LimeSDR ecosystem, showing how it can be used to make an FM radio receiver. Two Pothos examples in two days, and just two of the great many possibilities!

Jessica and the LimeSDR Team

You can find the source code for the Bluetooth Low Energy examples on GitHub.


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