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A Study on Automated Bluetooth Communication Testing Methods Using CSR8670 Chip
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A Study on Automated Bluetooth Communication Testing Methods Using CSR8670 Chip
Kim, Young-Mo; Noh, Hyun-Cheol; Kim, Seok-Yoon;
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 Abstract
Bluetooth technology(BT) is a standard for short distance wireless communication and widely used to connect and control various electronic and telecommunication devices without wires, where CSR8670 chip is generally adopted. These BT devices are required to comply with BT specification and the equipments for conformance test are also important. However, the existing BT testing methods have inconvenience in that they are mostly time-consuming procedure due to not only repetitive execution for each evaluation element but also error-prone nature of manual experiments. This paper proposes an automated BT communication test method using CSR8670 chip, which solves the problems related to manual testing methods. The proposed method can reduce the development period of BT products and guarantee the quality improvement owing to the exact system error detection capability.
 Keywords
Bluetooth;Bluetooth Monitoring;CSR8670 Chip;Testing Automation;Reducing Testing Costs;
 Language
Korean
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