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    • BLUETOOTH Submitted by:- Robin Kapoor, 48 Sourabh Garg, 60 Deepak Kumar, 14 Yogendra Dwivedi, 71 Pankaj Jain, 30 ExCom Group Presentation
      • Greatest synchronization and file transfer technologies.
      • Bluetooth technology is the key to moving files effortlessly off and on to various communication devices.
      INTRODUCTION
    • BLUETOOTH
      • Low bandwidth wireless networking technology
      • Designed primarily to replace cables for communication between personal computing/communication devices
      • Used for both voice and data communications
      • Common standard for wireless communications between cell phones and PDAs, headsets.
      WHAT IS BLUETOOTH
      • Bluetooth operates in unlicensed Frequency band of 2.4GHz-2.4835GHz
      • Many versions of Bluetooth have come till now 1.0, 1.0B, 1.1, 1.2, 2.0, 2.1
      • Basic difference between the versions is speed, capacity and security. Future version is 3.0.
      • Initiated by Ericsson, IBM, Intel, Nokia and Toshiba in early 1998
      • Formed a special interest group known as the Bluetooth SIG.
      • Many companies are members of the Bluetooth
      • All are committed to developing and supporting the Bluetooth standard.
      • Bluetooth  became an IEEE (Institute of  Electrical and Electronics Engineers) standard during 2002.
      • Acceptance of Bluetooth as an industry standard  
      WHO DEVELOPED BLUETOOTH
    • Scandinavian countries have been leading the world in wireless communications for a long time now; and Bluetooth technology was named after a Scandinavian historical figure: King Harald Bluetooth, a famous Danish king of the 10th century; who united Denmark and introduced Christianity to the country.   Why is the technology called Bluetooth?
      • Bluetooth will be used for personal area networks
      • Very small range networks between cell phones, PDAs, MP3 players, etc. and computers
      • Built-in voice channels will allow cordless telephony and headset applications
      • PDA-computer synchronization, wireless home networking, connection of keyboards, modems, cameras etc. are all possible
      WHAT ARE THE POSSIBLE USES OF BLUETOOTH
    • BLUETOOTH DEVICES
      • Mobile Phones
      • Video Games
      • Keyboards
      • Headsets
      • PDA’S
      • Bluetooth USB port
      • Bluetooth supports both voice and data. According to Bluetooth spectrum:-
      • The voice channels support 64Kb/s.
      • An asymmetric data rate is 721Kb/s.
      • Symmetric data rate is 432.6Kb/s.  
      What is the maximum data rate of Bluetooth technology?
    • BLUETOOTH USB PORT
    • Bluetooth is intended to replace wires in small, personal communication devices; and does not support many of the features that a full-fledged wireless LAN technology needs in order to be used for corporate local area networks. SCOPE OF BLUETOOTH
    • BLUETOOTH HEADSET
    • Thankyou
      • Robin Kapoor
      • Sourabh Garg
      • Deepak Kumar
      • Yogendra Dwivedi
      • Pankaj Jain
      Thank You