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Bluetooth Technology

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  • 1. Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 2.  Introduction & History Of Bluetooth  Working Technology of Bluetooth  Applications  Sunawar Khan Ahsan  Benefits Of Bluetooth  Bluetooth In New AgeSunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 3.  The heart of the Bluetooth brand identity is the name, which refers to the Danish king Harald "Bluetooth" Blaatand.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 4.  Bluetooth is the name for a short-range radio frequency (RF) technology that operates at 2.4 GHz and is capable of transmitting voice and data.  The effective range of Bluetooth devices is 32 feet (10 meters).  Bluetooth transfers data at the rate of 1 Mbps, which is from three to eight times the average speed of parallel and serial ports, respectively.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 5.  Short-range communications technology.  The key features of Bluetooth technology are robustness, low power, and low cost .  Uniform structure for a wide range of devices .Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 6.  Bluetooth enabledelectronic devices connect and communicate wirelessly through short- range, networks.  Simultaneously handle both data and voice transmissions.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 7. There are lots of different ways that electronic devices can connect to one another. For example:  Component cables  Electrical wires  Ethernet cables  WIFI  Infrared signalsSunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 8.  The art of connecting things is becoming more and more complex every day.  A Bluetooth connection is wireless and automatic, and it has a number of interesting features that can simplify our daily lives.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 9. The most common type of Bluetooth connectivity which one can easily found is cell phones, Laptops & PDAs. Used to transfer;  Files  Songs  PicturesSunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 10.  Bluetooth is a wireless connective device with astonishing range and low power that no one think before.  Unlike infra-red, Bluetooth does not require line-of- sight positioning of connected units & no power consumption when inactive.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 11. Bluetooth Radios are very low power their consumption of power is as:  Standby Mode: 0.3 mA  Operating Mode: 30 mA Some class 1 radios has consumption of 2.5 mW.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 12.  By installing a Bluetooth network in your office you can do away with the complex and tedious task of networking between the computing devices .  The Bluetooth technology connects all your office peripherals wirelessly. Connect your PC or notebook to printers, scanners and faxes without the ugly and trouble some cable attachments .Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 13. In meetings and conferences you can transfer  Selected documents.  Exchange electronic business cards automatically, without any wired connections.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 14. Connect your wireless headset to your  Mobile phone  Mobile computer  Any wired connection  To keep your hands free when youre at the office or in car.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 15. The factors which attracts ones attention are:  Wire-free  Built-in security  Ease-of-use  Ad hoc networking or PiconetsSunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 16.  The Bluetooth wireless technology specification is available free-of-charge to member companies around the globe.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 17.  Bluetooth technology is available in an unprecedented range of applications from mobile phones to automobiles to medical devices for use by consumers, industrial markets, enterprises, and more.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 18.  Bluetooth technology is an ad hoc technology that requires no fixed infrastructure and is simple to install and set up. You don’t need wires to get connected.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 19.  When Bluetooth products identify themselves, they use the PIN code the first time they connect. Once connected, always securely connected.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 20.  Since the formation of the original group, more than 1800 manufacturers worldwide have joined the initiative worldwide.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 21. Nine leading communications and computer industry vendors including companies like:  3-COM  Ericsson  Lucent  IBM  Intel  Microsoft  Nokia  Hewlett Packard  ToshibaSunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 22.  As a result of success of WAP adoption of smart phones and handheld devices .  Bluetooth will have tremendous effects on everyday life.  Bluetooth is one of the key technologies that can make the mobile information society possible.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  • 23. Millions Devices 2002 2003 2004 2005Sunawar Khan Ahsan

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