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  • MADE BY:-  Naveen Sihag B.Tech 1
  • One of the first modules (Ericsson) A recent module 2
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  •  The Bluetooth logo merges the Germanic runes analogous to the modern Latin letters H and B:(for Harald Bluetooth) (Hagall) and (Berkanan) merged together, forming a bind rune. 6
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  • A typical Bluetoothmobile phone headset 11
  • Nokia BH-208 headsetinternals 12
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  • An internal notebookBluetooth card 15
  • A typicalBluetooth USB 16
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  • • Classification of devices on the basis of Power dissipated & corresponding maximum Range. POWER RANGE CLASS I 20 dBm 100 m CLASS II 0-4 dBm 10 m CLASS III 0 dBm 1m 23
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  • FUTURE OF BLUETOOTHSuccess of bluetooth depends on how well it is integrated into consumer products- Consumers are more interested in applications than the technology- Bluetooth must be successfully integrated into consumer products- Must provide benefits for consumer- Must not destroy current product benefitsKey Success Factors- Interoperability- Mass Production at Low Cost- Ease of Use- End User Experience
  • CONCLUSIONA new global standard for data and voiceEliminate CablesLow Power, Low Range, Low Cost Network DevicesFuture Improvements- Master-Slave relationship can be adjusted dynamically for optimal resource allocation and utilization.
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