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Bluetooth

  1. 1. Bluetooth Technology by: PANDU
  2. 2. Bluetooth Birth The Name –Bluetooth?  The name is attributed to Harald Bluetooth was king of Denmark around the turn of the last millennium.Created by Matt Romita and Mohammed Hasham for BCS 312 and used in BCS 555
  3. 3. What Is Bluetooth?• Designed to be used to connect both mobile devices andperipherals that currently require a wire.• “USB without wires”• Short range wireless radiotechnology.- operate range of 100meters. Created by Matt Romita and Mohammed Hasham for BCS 312 and used in BCS 555
  4. 4. Who Started Bluetooth? Ericsson Mobile Communication • Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) -5 founding members -Ericsson, Nokia, IBM, Intel & Toshiba • Promoter’s Group - 3COM, Lucent, Microsoft, Motorola • Now over 1900 members Created by Matt Romita and Mohammed Hasham for BCS 312 and used in BCS 555
  5. 5. How Does It Work?• Bluetooth is a standardfor tiny, radio frequencychips that can be pluggedinto your devices• These chips were designed totake all of the information thatyour wires normally send, and transmit it at a special frequency to a receiver Bluetooth chip. Created by Matt Romita and Mohammed Hasham for BCS 312 and used in BCS 555
  6. 6. Bluetooth @ HomeDigital Camera NO WIRES Computer Scanner Inkjet Printer xDSL Access PointHome Audio System PDA Cordless Phone Cell Phone Base Station MP3 Player Created by Matt Romita and Mohammed Hasham for BCS 312 and used in BCS 555
  7. 7. Bluetooth Products 1• Bluetooth-enabled PC Card Created by Matt Romita and Mohammed Hasham for BCS 312 and used in BCS 555
  8. 8. Bluetooth Products 2• Bluetooth-enabled PDA Created by Matt Romita and Mohammed Hasham for BCS 312 and used in BCS 555
  9. 9. Bluetooth Products 3• Bluetooth-enabled Cell Phone Created by Matt Romita and Mohammed Hasham for BCS 312 and used in BCS 555
  10. 10. Bluetooth Products 4• Bluetooth-enabled Head Set Created by Matt Romita and Mohammed Hasham for BCS 312 and used in BCS 555
  11. 11. Advantages (+)• Wireless (No Cables)• No Setup Needed• Low Power Consumption (1 Milliwat)• Industry Wide Support Created by Matt Romita and Mohammed Hasham for BCS 312 and used in BCS 555
  12. 12. Disadvantages (-)• Short range (10 meters)• Small throughput rates - Data Rate 1.0 Mbps• Mostly for personal use (PANs)• Fairly ExpensiveCreated by Matt Romita and Mohammed Hasham for BCS 312 and used in BCS 555

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