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  • 1. An Introduction to Bluetooth Stonestreet One
  • 2. Presentation Goals Can we buy it? What can it do? Time?
  • 3. Bluetooth History Began as a private development effort at Ericsson in 1994 z 5 companies joined to form the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) in 1998 z First specification released in July 1999 z Current specification is version 1.1 z
  • 4. Bluetooth Qualification Sign Bluetooth Adopter’s Agreement Produce Product Sample with ICS Send to BQTF Pass Tests. Get Test Send Test Results to Report Qualified Product BQB z Interoperability is key to success z SIG defines Qualification process z Qualified device may use the Bluetooth z logo and trademark Qualified products listed on the Bluetooth SIG website Database
  • 5. Bluetooth SIG Overview z Membership Levels Promoter Companies – Associate Members – Adopter Companies – z Organization Management – Marketing – Qualification (BQB, BQTF) – Working Groups –
  • 6. Bluetooth Goals z Open Specification z Voice and Data Capability z Worldwide Usability z Short-Range Wireless Solutions
  • 7. Where does Bluetooth fit in? Range (m) Data Rate (Mbps) IR Device synchronization, data transfer 1 16 Bluetooth Cable Replacement, Ad hoc PAN 10-100 HomeRF PCs to consumer goods 802.11b High speed LAN Technology Ideal Application Cost ($) Connection Type Low 10 Single Freq <1 Medium 10 FHSS 50 1-2 High 45 FHSS 100+ 11 High 45 DSSS Current Required
  • 8. Bluetooth Technology 101 z Radio Frequency Based z 2.4 GHz ISM band z Bandwidth z Maximum – 723.2 kb/s z Specification includes Protocols and Profiles
  • 9. Bluetooth Data Rates Packet Max Payload Type (bytes) Symmetric Rate (kbps) Asymmetric Rate (kbps) Forward Asymmetric Rate (kbps) Reverse DM1 17 108.8 108.8 108.8 DH1 27 172.8 172.8 172.8 DM3 121 258.1 387.2 54.4 DH3 183 390.4 585.6 86.4 DM5 224 286.7 477.8 36.3 DH5 339 433.9 723.2 57.6 HV1 10 64 n/a n/a HV2 20 64 n/a n/a HV3 30 64 n/a n/a
  • 10. Bluetooth Protocol Stack Bluetooth Stack Applications OSI Layers Audio Profiles Application Layer Presentation Layer OBEX RFCOMM SDP TCS L2CAP Session Layer Transport Layer Host Controller Interface Network Layer Link Manager Link Controller Data Link Layer Baseband Radio Physical Layer
  • 11. Bluetooth Modules Applications Profiles OBEX RFCOMM SDP TCS L2CAP Host Controller Interface Link Manager Link Controller Baseband Radio
  • 12. Bluetooth Modules (con’t) Power Range Class 1 20 dBm 100 m Class 2 0-4 dBm 10 m Class 3 0 dBm 1m Interface USB Universal Serial Bus UART Universal Asynchronous ReceiverTransmitter
  • 13. Bluetooth Protocol Stacks Applications Profiles OBEX RFCOMM SDP TCS L2CAP Host Controller Interface Link Manager Link Controller Baseband Radio
  • 14. Usage Model vs. Profiles z Usage Models Define real world situations – Resulted in profiles – z Profiles Included in the specification – Instructions for implementing Usage Models –
  • 15. Real World Scenarios z Cable Replacement – z Data and Voice Access Points – z Business card exchange, multi-player games, vending machines, white goods, etc. Medical – z E-mail, web access, cordless telephone, etc. Ad-hoc Networking – z PCs & peripherals, home networking, headsets Monitoring devices Industrial – Inventory management systems
  • 16. Specification v1.1 Profiles z z z Generic Access Profile Service Discovery Application Profile Serial Port Profile – Virtual COM port Dial-up Networking Profile – FAX Profile – – LAN Access Profile – Headset Profile
  • 17. Specification v1.1 Profiles (con’t) z Generic Object Exchange Profile Object Push Profile – File Transfer Profile – Synchronization Profile – z TCS Cordless Telephony Profile – Intercom Profile –
  • 18. Post Specification v1.1 Profiles z Human Interface Profile z Hands-free Profile z Hardcopy Cable Replacement Profile z Personal Area Networking z SIM Access Profile z Audio/Video Profiles z Printing Profiles z Others
  • 19. Networking Profiles Dial-up Networking AT-commands over SPP LAN Access PPP over SPP Access Point Network
  • 20. Headset Profile Headset Audio Gateway Profile provides: z Both devices must provide capability to initiate connection z z and accept/terminate Volume can be controlled from either device. Audio gateway can notify headset of an incoming call.
  • 21. Object Push Profile Business card exchanges Profile provides: z Limited client-server interactions: exchange objects between devices – pull objects from server – push objects to server – z Uses OBEX to transfer vCard, vCalendar, vNote, and vMessage objects
  • 22. File Transfer Profile File system browsing and file transfers Profile provides: z Enhanced client-server interactions: browse, create, transfer folders – browse, pull, push, delete files – z Uses OBEX
  • 23. TCS Profiles Intercom Cordless Telephony
  • 24. Hands Free Profile Profile supports: z Hands-free unit may support these capabilities: – Retrieve and display registration status – Retrieve and display call status – Initiate, answer, reject, terminate a call – Initiate a call using voice recognition – Initiate a call using memory dialing – Three-way calling – Volume control
  • 25. Human Interface Device Profile z Other HID devices: knobs – switches – buttons – sliders – trackballs –
  • 26. The Future of Bluetooth z Radio2 Working Group – z Other Working Groups – z Working to overcome bandwidth, interference, and connection setup issues while remaining compatible with current radio Audio/Video, Car, Co-existence, HCI, ISDN, Local Positioning, Personal Area Networking, Printing, Still Image, UDI Study Groups – Industrial Automation
  • 27. Requirements of Success z Interoperability Between manufacturers – Between types of devices – z Ease of Use No user’s guide – Self-descriptive interface – z Low Price – z Same or less than the cable it is replacing Low Power Consumption – No/little additional charging
  • 28. About Stonestreet One
  • 29. Company Overview z Short-range wireless solutions provider z Specialize in embedded application design and z development Provide services to leading companies in industries such as: Automotive – Mobile communications – Food Service Equipment – Biomedical – Industrial Controls –
  • 30. Bluetooth Experience z z Associate Member; Bluetooth SIG First Bluetooth stack Qualified in December 2000 z Developed Bluetooth training course z Provides Bluetooth design services to numerous Fortune 1000 z Relationships with over 50 customers and 16 partners c
  • 31. Bluetooth Partners z Alps z Philips z Avnet z QNX z Ericsson z Silicon Wave z gigaAnt z Taiyo Yuden z Hitachi z Texas Instruments z Memec/Insight z Toshiba z MindReady z Wind River z MontaVista z Zeevo
  • 32. Bluetopia® Bluetooth Protocol Stack
  • 33. Bluetopia Features z z z z z z Written in ANSI-C Customizable RAM and ROM requirements Hardware encapsulation, along with ANSI-C and flexible RAM/ROM footprint, allows for ease of porting Shared API among existing platforms Proven on numerous Operating Systems, processors, and Bluetooth chipsets Versions of Bluetopia for major operating systems (Windows, Windows CE, QNX, Linux) allow for easier prototyping and testing of embedded applications
  • 34. BTExplorer Connectivity Application
  • 35. Bluetooth Development Tools & Hardware DP Series Bluetooth Development Tool Set
  • 36. Bluetooth Hardware z SPR-200 RS232 cable replacement – optional battery power – application/processor on-board – use for development – use for reference designs – Available from Inside Out Networks – z USB Dongle line powered – compact size – FCC Certified – Bluetooth Qualified –
  • 37. Bluetooth Design Services z “Total Bluetooth Solution” – Turnkey product prototype development z Hardware and software z Customized OEM modules z Application development z Expert Bluetooth engineers with valuable development experience
  • 38. Stonestreet One Summary z Bluetooth Products and Services Bluetopia Bluetooth Protocol Stack – BTExplorer – Development Tools – Products – z Engineering Services
  • 39. Contact Information Stonestreet One, Inc. 322 West Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 USA Phone: (502) 595-7000 FAX: (502) 595-7020 Email: sales@stonestreetone.com Web: www.stonestreetone.com

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