•Introduction•what is the Bluetooth?•why is the technology called Bluetooth?•history of Bluetooth•how the Bluetooth is work ?•types of Bluetooth•using Bluetooth•features Bluetooth•advantages of the Bluetooth•disadvantages of the Bluetooth•Bluetooth goals•future of Bluetooth•sources
Bluetooth is the wireless technology thatconnect and transmit voice and data to mobilephones, computers and other devices , and itwork without cable.
The name of Bluetooth was getting from 10thcentury by Danish King Harald Blatand whounified Denmark and Norway.
• In 1940, Bluetooth was discovered.• In 1994, Ericcson a Swedish companycreated the Bluetooth Technology .• In 1998, five major companies IBM, Intel,Nokia, Toshiba and Ericsson worked togetherto connect their product using BluetoothSpecial Interest Group (SIG).
•Installing a Bluetooth dongle is easy; simplyinsert the CD that came with it, follow the onscreen prompts and then plug the dongle intoa free USB port.
•Bluetooth headsets are mainly used withcompatible cell phones, place the headset onyour ear and roam freely while talking tofriends and family.
We can use the Bluetooth inCars :•Mobile Phones• GPS navigationHome:•Remote Controls•Game controllersMedical and HealthDevices:•Stethoscopes•Glucose Monitors
ConnectivityConnect keyboards, headsets and other Bluetoothcompatible devices for greater flexibility.Easy TransportBluetooth helps to send the data and voice toanother devices.
WirelessBluetooth works with out cable, it works with wireless.Low energy consumptionBluetooth uses low power signals. for that reason thistechnology need little energy, and will use less battery.Bluetooth Technology is inexpensiveBluetooth is cheap to manufacture, and anyone can buy it.Sharing voice and dataThe Bluetooth allows people to share voice and data by usingdifferent devices like computers and mobile phones.
Data Transfer Rate Bluetooth devices can not be connected with more thanone device at the same time, because it finds problem indiscovering the another devices.Range Bluetooth has a range of 15 to 30 feet .The small range is adisadvantage for some who may want to use a Bluetoothdevice outside of that 30-foot radius.Battery Use Bluetooth uses the battery power of a particular device inorder to operate. Many cell phone makers send phones outwith Bluetooth powered off in order to maximize the batterylife of the phone.
• Open Specification• Voice and Data Capability• Worldwide Usability• Short-Range Wireless Solutions
Success of Bluetooth depends on how well it is integrated into consumer products• Bluetooth must be successfully integrated into consumer products• Must provide benefits for consumerKey success factors• Mass production at low cost• Easy to use
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