Presented by               Avinash
THE GHOST OF BLUETOOTHPAST 10th Century Danish King (unified warring  Viking Tribes): Harald Bluetooth No Wireless Netwo...
BLUETOOTH The Bluetooth special interest Group founded by Ericsson, IBM, Intel, Nokia, and Toshiba in 1998. It was create...
INTRODUCTIONHISTORY OF BLUETOOTHCONSORTIUMARCHITECTUREPICONET
BASICS OF BLUETOOTH Short  range Radio Frequency at 2.4 GHz Point-to-point or point-to-multiple points Voice and Data ...
BLUETOOTH PROFILESWHAT IS BLUETOOH PROFILE?PROFILES USED IN BLUETOOTH GENERIC ACCESS SERVICE DISCOVERY SERIAL PORT G...
PROFILES IN BLUETOOTHDIAL-UP-NETWORKINGFAXCORDLESS TELEPHONEHEADSETINTERCOMFILE TRANSFERSYNCHRONIZATION
BENEFITS OF BLUETOOTHSYNCHRONIZED INFORMATIONPRINT OPTIONUSING HEADSETKEEP PHONE SECURE
BLUETOOTH SECURITYBLUEJACKINGBLUESNARFINGSECURITY MODESPASSKEYS
FEATURES OF BLUETOOTHAT HOMEHOME AUTOMATIONCLOCKCELL PHONESFUTURECONCLUSION
ADVANTAGE AND DISADVANTAGES OFBLUETOOTHAdvantages No line of Sight Lower power consumption 2.5 GHz radio frequency ensu...
DATA ACCESS POINTS                                                                                                        ...
CABLE REPLACEMENT                                                                                                         ...
Ian Gifford <giffordi@ieee.org>                                  15
THANK YOU ALL
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Bluetooth

  1. 1. Presented by Avinash
  2. 2. 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)
  3. 3. 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.
  4. 4. INTRODUCTIONHISTORY OF BLUETOOTHCONSORTIUMARCHITECTUREPICONET
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. BLUETOOTH PROFILESWHAT IS BLUETOOH PROFILE?PROFILES USED IN BLUETOOTH GENERIC ACCESS SERVICE DISCOVERY SERIAL PORT GENERIC OBJECT EXCHANGE LAN ACCESS
  7. 7. PROFILES IN BLUETOOTHDIAL-UP-NETWORKINGFAXCORDLESS TELEPHONEHEADSETINTERCOMFILE TRANSFERSYNCHRONIZATION
  8. 8. BENEFITS OF BLUETOOTHSYNCHRONIZED INFORMATIONPRINT OPTIONUSING HEADSETKEEP PHONE SECURE
  9. 9. BLUETOOTH SECURITYBLUEJACKINGBLUESNARFINGSECURITY MODESPASSKEYS
  10. 10. FEATURES OF BLUETOOTHAT HOMEHOME AUTOMATIONCLOCKCELL PHONESFUTURECONCLUSION
  11. 11. 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.
  12. 12. DATA ACCESS POINTS September 11, 2001 Ian Gifford <giffordi@ieee.org> 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
  13. 13. CABLE REPLACEMENT September 11, 2001 Ian Gifford <giffordi@ieee.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
  14. 14. Ian Gifford <giffordi@ieee.org> 15
  15. 15. THANK YOU ALL

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