Luxafor Bluetooth range manual
Luxafor Bluetooth devices use Bluetooth 4.0, 4.1, and 5.2 versions.
Since Bluetooth is not a line-of-sight wireless technology, a clear path from the receiving end to the transmitter is not necessary in order to receive a strong Bluetooth signal. Despite the fact that most Bluetooth devices, such as smartphones and desktops, can support up to 8 simultaneous connections, they may affect the Luxafor Bluetooth devices, as well as microwaves, baby monitors, and other household gadgets that all use the 2.4 GHz radio frequency range.
The effective range of a dependable Bluetooth connection is influenced by a number of essential parameters, including the following:
The radio spectrum stretches from 30 Hz to 300 GHz. The lower the frequency the longer the range. However, the lower the frequency the lower the data rate it can support. As a result, selecting a radio spectrum comes with tradeoffs between range and data rate.
The effective antenna gain is relevant for both the transmitting and receiving antenna. The directional influence of an antenna is similar to speaking or listening through a cone to focus the energy of the sound.
For the best Bluetooth antenna connection, the Dot and Dongle for the Bluetooth device set should be placed like in the picture below:
Path loss is the signal intensity loss that happens as a radio wave travels through the atmosphere. The environment in which the signal is being sent has an impact on path loss, also known as path attenuation, which happens naturally over distance. The signal may be affected by obstructions in the path between the transmitter and the receiver.
Humidity, precipitation, walls, windows, and other obstructions consisting of glass, wood, metal, or concrete are all examples of attenuators, as are metal towers or panels that reflect and scatter radio signals. Although radio waves can flow through things, the kind and density of the obstacle affect how much attenuation and effective path loss occurs.