THE GHOST OF BLUETOOTHPAST 10th Century Danish King (unified warring Viking Tribes): Harald Bluetooth No Wireless Networks prior to 20th Century New Wireless Transmission Schemes for the 21st Century 802.11b Home Radio Frequency Bluetooth (version 1.0)
BLUETOOTH The Bluetooth special interest Group founded by Ericsson, IBM, Intel, Nokia, and Toshiba in 1998. It was created to develop an open specification for short-range wireless connectivity between laptops, computers, cellular telephones and other electronic devices.
INTRODUCTIONHISTORY OF BLUETOOTHCONSORTIUMARCHITECTUREPICONET
BASICS OF BLUETOOTH Short range Radio Frequency at 2.4 GHz Point-to-point or point-to-multiple points Voice and Data Transmit through walls up to 10m Supports both synchronous and asynchronous services
BLUETOOTH PROFILESWHAT IS BLUETOOH PROFILE?PROFILES USED IN BLUETOOTH GENERIC ACCESS SERVICE DISCOVERY SERIAL PORT GENERIC OBJECT EXCHANGE LAN ACCESS
PROFILES IN BLUETOOTHDIAL-UP-NETWORKINGFAXCORDLESS TELEPHONEHEADSETINTERCOMFILE TRANSFERSYNCHRONIZATION
BENEFITS OF BLUETOOTHSYNCHRONIZED INFORMATIONPRINT OPTIONUSING HEADSETKEEP PHONE SECURE
BLUETOOTH SECURITYBLUEJACKINGBLUESNARFINGSECURITY MODESPASSKEYS
FEATURES OF BLUETOOTHAT HOMEHOME AUTOMATIONCLOCKCELL PHONESFUTURECONCLUSION
ADVANTAGE AND DISADVANTAGES OFBLUETOOTHAdvantages No line of Sight Lower power consumption 2.5 GHz radio frequency ensures worldwide operation Very adaptiveDisadvantage New type of technology Sharing the same frequency rang.
DATA ACCESS POINTS September 11, 2001 Ian Gifford <email@example.com> 13Source: Jim Kardach, Intel, [MobileDemo.ppt] 8Jun00 IEEE ComSoc http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/15/pub/2000/Jul00/00184r0P802-15_TG1-Bluetooth_IEEE-ComSoc-Pitch-8Jun00.ppt
CABLE REPLACEMENT September 11, 2001 Ian Gifford <firstname.lastname@example.org> 14Source: Jim Kardach, Intel, [MobileDemo.ppt] 8Jun00 IEEE ComSoc http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/15/pub/2000/Jul00/00184r0P802-15_TG1-Bluetooth_IEEE-ComSoc-Pitch-8Jun00.ppt