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Bluetooth

  1. 1. Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  2. 2.  Introduction & History Of Bluetooth  Working Technology of Bluetooth  Applications  Sunawar Khan Ahsan  Benefits Of Bluetooth  Bluetooth In New AgeSunawar Khan Ahsan
  3. 3.  The heart of the Bluetooth brand identity is the name, which refers to the Danish king Harald "Bluetooth" Blaatand.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  4. 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. 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. 6.  Bluetooth enabledelectronic devices connect and communicate wirelessly through short- range, networks.  Simultaneously handle both data and voice transmissions.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  7. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 13. In meetings and conferences you can transfer  Selected documents.  Exchange electronic business cards automatically, without any wired connections.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  14. 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. 15. The factors which attracts ones attention are:  Wire-free  Built-in security  Ease-of-use  Ad hoc networking or PiconetsSunawar Khan Ahsan
  16. 16.  The Bluetooth wireless technology specification is available free-of-charge to member companies around the globe.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  17. 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. 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. 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. 20.  Since the formation of the original group, more than 1800 manufacturers worldwide have joined the initiative worldwide.Sunawar Khan Ahsan
  21. 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. 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. 23. Millions Devices 2002 2003 2004 2005Sunawar Khan Ahsan

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