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Bluetooth (1)

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Bluetooth (1)

  1. 1. Bluetooth (I EEE 802.15)  Bluetooth was conceived as a wireless replacement for a wired Ethernet.  Bluetooth provides point-to-point links without any native IP support,  Bluetooth is based around a 9mm by 9mm microchip that operates as an inexpensive means of forming a short-range radio link that provides  security for fixed wireless workstations as well as mobile computing Devices such as PDAs.  Bluetooth can network devices “ad hoc.” This means you can link your laptop computer, PDA, and phone with one centralized Bluetooth interface.  Up to eight devices can be networked in a personal area network (PAN), a conglomerate of devices connected in an ad hoc way using Bluetooth.  A piconet or PAN is formed when at least two devices (i.e., a portable PC and a cellular phone) connect. A PAN can support as many as eight devices. When a PAN is formed, one device acts as the master while the others act as slaves for the duration of the connection.  Signals can be transmitted through walls and containers, eliminating the need for line of sight. Bluetooth (I EEE 802.15) Bluetooth was conceived as a wireless replacement for a wired Ethernet and this technology provides point-to-point links without any native IP support. Bluetooth is based around a 9mm by 9mm microchip that operates as an inexpensive means of forming a short-range radio link that provides security for fixed wireless workstations as well as mobile computing Devices such as PDAs. Bluetooth can network devices “ad hoc.” This means you can link your laptop computer, PDA, and phone with one centralized Bluetooth interface. Up to eight devices can be networked in a personal area network (PAN), a conglomerate of devices connected in an ad hoc way using Bluetooth. A
  2. 2. piconet or PAN is formed when at least two devices (i.e., a portable PC and a cellular phone) connect. A PAN can support as many as eight devices. When a PAN is formed, one device acts as the master while the others act as slaves for the duration of the connection. Signals can be transmitted through walls and containers, eliminating the need for line of sight.
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