SlideShare a Scribd company logo
BLUETOOTH TV
Broadcom today said its Bluetooth radios are inside a new line of televisions
from LG Electronics. Earlier this year, its Bluetooth radios made it into
televisions from Sharp, while Samsung also has a Bluetooth-enabled TV.
The movement to put Bluetooth — a radio technology popular in cell
phones, cars and PCs — into television is gaining momentum, and for
Bluetooth radio makers like Broadcom and CSR, it opens up a potentially
valuable, new market. Display Search, an analyst firm, expects 205.3 million
TVs will sell worldwide in 2009.
Bluetooth on the TV gives consumers the ability to use their cell phones as a
remote control, connect wireless headsets to the TV, and stream music from
an iPod or other MP3 player to their television or speakers attached to their
TV, all without a wire. A representative for the Bluetooth Special Interest
Group expects to see more Bluetooth TVs coming to market later this year
or early next year.
Bluetooth, which allows for small amounts of data to be transmitted
wirelessly, is in 50 percent to 60 percent of cell phones. That could open up
opportunities for companies that make both cell phones and televisions, such
as LG and Samsung, to link the devices and use mobile phones as remote
controls. Companies like Rovi (formerly Macrovision) and NDS, which
develop interactive on-screen guides for televisions, are exploring how to tie
mobile phones into the TV-viewing experience.

A mobile phone tied to the TV would allow different users in the house to
immediately bring up personalized profiles filled with content,
recommendations and perhaps other social features when they watch
television. Additionally, as search becomes more essential for wading
through the massive video-verse, using a triple-tap keystroke input like that
used for sending SMS messages would allow users to search for what they
want to watch without requiring a full keyboard.
Consumers with Bluetooth-enabled PC keyboards (or full QWERTY
keyboards on mobile phones) might use those to control the TV as well.
Steve McIntyre, senior product line manager for wireless personal area
networking products at Broadcom, said that Bluetooth radios are in a variety
of existing equipment, so adding the radios to TVs allows consumers to add
functionality to their television without buying a lot of new gear. Of course,
one does have to purchase a new Bluetooth-capable TV.

Research firm In-Stat today released a report revealing that well over half of
respondents in a survey owned a mobile phone with Bluetooth technology,
with nearly 60 percent of them using it to connect a Bluetooth headset. As
televisions get broadband connections, widgetsand ever more
content, figuring out ways to navigate TV 2.0 (GigaOMPro subscription
required), while optimizing the traditional entertainment offered from the
TV, makes Bluetooth a compelling technology to add to these 80-plus-year-
old devices. It’s a good thing Bluetooth came back from the dead.




Bluetooth wireless technology is a short-range communications
technology
Bluetooth technology is intended to replace the cables connecting portable
and/or fixed devices while maintaining high levels of security.
The key features of Bluetooth technology are robustness, low power, and
low cost. The Bluetooth Specification defines a uniform structure for a wide
range of devices to connect and communicate with each other.
The structure and the global acceptance of Bluetooth technology means
any Bluetooth enabled device, almost everywhere in the world, can connect
to other Bluetooth enabled devices located in proximity to one another.
Connections between Bluetooth enabled electronic devices allow these
devices to communicate wirelessly through short-range, ad hoc networks
known as piconets. Piconets are established dynamically and automatically
asBluetooth enabled devices enter and leave radio proximity meaning that
you can easily connect whenever and wherever it's convenient for you.

Bluetooth Core Specification
Unlike other wireless standards, the Bluetooth Core Specification provides
product developers both link layer and application layer definitions, which
support data and voice applications. For more information about
the BluetoothCore Specification, visit our Bluetooth.org member
site (member sign-in required for some sections of the site).

Spectrum
Bluetooth technology operates in the unlicensed industrial, scientific and
medical (ISM) band at 2.4 to 2.485 GHz, using a spread spectrum, frequency
hopping, full-duplex signal at a nominal rate of 1600 hops/sec. The 2.4 GHz
ISM band is available and unlicensed in most countries.
Interference
Bluetooth technology's adaptive frequency hopping (AFH) capability was
designed to reduce interference between wireless technologies sharing the
2.4 GHz spectrum. AFH works within the spectrum to take advantage of the
available frequency. This is done by the technology detecting other devices
in the spectrum and avoiding the frequencies they are using. This adaptive
hopping among 79 frequencies at 1 MHz intervals gives a high degree of
interference immunity and also allows for more efficient transmission within
the spectrum
Range
Range is application specific and although a minimum range is mandated by
the Core Specification, there is not a limit and manufacturers can tune their
implementation to support the use case they are enabling.
Range may vary depending on class of radio used in an implementation:

   •   Class 3 radios – have a range of up to 1 meter or 3 feet
   •   Class 2 radios – most commonly found in mobile devices – have a
       range of 10 meters or 33 feet
•   Class 1 radios – used primarily in industrial use cases – have a range
       of 100 meters or 300 feet

Power
The most commonly used radio is Class 2 and uses 2.5 mW of
power. Bluetooth technology is designed to have very low power
consumption. This is reinforced in the specification by allowing radios to be
powered down when inactive.
The Generic Alternate MAC/PHY in Version 3.0 HS enables the discovery
of remote AMPs for high speed devices and turns on the radio only when
needed for data transfer giving a power optimization benefit as well as
aiding in the security of the radios.
Bluetooth low energy technology, optimized for devices requiring maximum
battery life instead of a high data transfer rate, consumes between 1/2 and
1/100 the power of classic Bluetooth technology.

More Related Content

What's hot

5 g communication
5 g communication5 g communication
5 g communication
Basil John
 
Generations of Telecommunication
Generations of TelecommunicationGenerations of Telecommunication
Generations of Telecommunication
Mahmood Showrav
 
Appendix4 femto home_access_solution_whitepaper
Appendix4 femto home_access_solution_whitepaperAppendix4 femto home_access_solution_whitepaper
Appendix4 femto home_access_solution_whitepaper
Minh Tuấn
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
Rajan Kumar
 
Bluetooth- A wireless technology
Bluetooth- A wireless technologyBluetooth- A wireless technology
Bluetooth- A wireless technology
Neha Jella
 
Pxc3871282
Pxc3871282Pxc3871282
5G positioning technology
5G positioning technology5G positioning technology
5G positioning technology
Antenna Manufacturer Coco
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
Ujju146
 
Bluetooth Presentation
Bluetooth PresentationBluetooth Presentation
Bluetooth Presentation
ankit680
 
5 g mobile technology
5 g mobile technology5 g mobile technology
5 g mobile technology
Chitrachedu Dada Kalandar
 
Case study report
Case study reportCase study report
Case study report
Vaishnav Lavatre
 
Cellular Connectivity: Changing the Landscape of the Cellular Backhaul Market...
Cellular Connectivity: Changing the Landscape of the Cellular Backhaul Market...Cellular Connectivity: Changing the Landscape of the Cellular Backhaul Market...
Cellular Connectivity: Changing the Landscape of the Cellular Backhaul Market...
ST Engineering iDirect
 
1.5g tech
1.5g tech1.5g tech
1.5g tech
ytactionsppt
 
Bluetooth
Bluetooth Bluetooth
Bluetooth
Amber Memon
 
4g
4g4g
Dd33630634
Dd33630634Dd33630634
Dd33630634
IJERA Editor
 
3G vs Wi-Fi presentation
3G vs Wi-Fi presentation3G vs Wi-Fi presentation
3G vs Wi-Fi presentation
Neelam Chhipa
 

What's hot (17)

5 g communication
5 g communication5 g communication
5 g communication
 
Generations of Telecommunication
Generations of TelecommunicationGenerations of Telecommunication
Generations of Telecommunication
 
Appendix4 femto home_access_solution_whitepaper
Appendix4 femto home_access_solution_whitepaperAppendix4 femto home_access_solution_whitepaper
Appendix4 femto home_access_solution_whitepaper
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
 
Bluetooth- A wireless technology
Bluetooth- A wireless technologyBluetooth- A wireless technology
Bluetooth- A wireless technology
 
Pxc3871282
Pxc3871282Pxc3871282
Pxc3871282
 
5G positioning technology
5G positioning technology5G positioning technology
5G positioning technology
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
 
Bluetooth Presentation
Bluetooth PresentationBluetooth Presentation
Bluetooth Presentation
 
5 g mobile technology
5 g mobile technology5 g mobile technology
5 g mobile technology
 
Case study report
Case study reportCase study report
Case study report
 
Cellular Connectivity: Changing the Landscape of the Cellular Backhaul Market...
Cellular Connectivity: Changing the Landscape of the Cellular Backhaul Market...Cellular Connectivity: Changing the Landscape of the Cellular Backhaul Market...
Cellular Connectivity: Changing the Landscape of the Cellular Backhaul Market...
 
1.5g tech
1.5g tech1.5g tech
1.5g tech
 
Bluetooth
Bluetooth Bluetooth
Bluetooth
 
4g
4g4g
4g
 
Dd33630634
Dd33630634Dd33630634
Dd33630634
 
3G vs Wi-Fi presentation
3G vs Wi-Fi presentation3G vs Wi-Fi presentation
3G vs Wi-Fi presentation
 

Similar to Blutooth t.v

Bluetooth technology
Bluetooth technologyBluetooth technology
Bluetooth technology
Somesh Biradar
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
kajalsingh177
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
3D bluetooth(VHGOHEL)
3D  bluetooth(VHGOHEL)3D  bluetooth(VHGOHEL)
3D bluetooth(VHGOHEL)
Vishal Gohel
 
226335 633858374451812775
226335 633858374451812775226335 633858374451812775
226335 633858374451812775
pratikpatilp
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
JauwadSyed
 
siddharth bt ppt.pptx
siddharth bt ppt.pptxsiddharth bt ppt.pptx
siddharth bt ppt.pptx
HindujaBairi
 
Bluetooth presentation
Bluetooth presentationBluetooth presentation
Bluetooth presentation
DhairYash Kotwani
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Arthi.pptx
Arthi.pptxArthi.pptx
Arthi.pptx
PALANIAPPANC2
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
aimenriyadh
 
Bluetooth
Bluetooth Bluetooth
Bluetooth
Sajan Sahu
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
guestf83f32
 
IT WRITING SAMPLES PORTFOLIO
IT WRITING SAMPLES PORTFOLIOIT WRITING SAMPLES PORTFOLIO
IT WRITING SAMPLES PORTFOLIO
Serena Rinaldi Lambiase
 
Bluetooth technology_new.pptx
Bluetooth technology_new.pptxBluetooth technology_new.pptx
Bluetooth technology_new.pptx
SumitSabale4
 
Bluetooth Presentation
Bluetooth PresentationBluetooth Presentation
Bluetooth Presentation
guest664c3f
 
Bluetooth technology
Bluetooth technologyBluetooth technology
Bluetooth technology
mathan0071
 
Presentation about Bluetooth and working principles.pptx
Presentation about Bluetooth and working principles.pptxPresentation about Bluetooth and working principles.pptx
Presentation about Bluetooth and working principles.pptx
Mugabo4
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
karunvir
 
Bluetooth k.v
Bluetooth                                k.vBluetooth                                k.v
Bluetooth k.v
karunvir
 

Similar to Blutooth t.v (20)

Bluetooth technology
Bluetooth technologyBluetooth technology
Bluetooth technology
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
 
3D bluetooth(VHGOHEL)
3D  bluetooth(VHGOHEL)3D  bluetooth(VHGOHEL)
3D bluetooth(VHGOHEL)
 
226335 633858374451812775
226335 633858374451812775226335 633858374451812775
226335 633858374451812775
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
 
siddharth bt ppt.pptx
siddharth bt ppt.pptxsiddharth bt ppt.pptx
siddharth bt ppt.pptx
 
Bluetooth presentation
Bluetooth presentationBluetooth presentation
Bluetooth presentation
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
 
Arthi.pptx
Arthi.pptxArthi.pptx
Arthi.pptx
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
 
Bluetooth
Bluetooth Bluetooth
Bluetooth
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
 
IT WRITING SAMPLES PORTFOLIO
IT WRITING SAMPLES PORTFOLIOIT WRITING SAMPLES PORTFOLIO
IT WRITING SAMPLES PORTFOLIO
 
Bluetooth technology_new.pptx
Bluetooth technology_new.pptxBluetooth technology_new.pptx
Bluetooth technology_new.pptx
 
Bluetooth Presentation
Bluetooth PresentationBluetooth Presentation
Bluetooth Presentation
 
Bluetooth technology
Bluetooth technologyBluetooth technology
Bluetooth technology
 
Presentation about Bluetooth and working principles.pptx
Presentation about Bluetooth and working principles.pptxPresentation about Bluetooth and working principles.pptx
Presentation about Bluetooth and working principles.pptx
 
Bluetooth
BluetoothBluetooth
Bluetooth
 
Bluetooth k.v
Bluetooth                                k.vBluetooth                                k.v
Bluetooth k.v
 

Blutooth t.v

  • 1. BLUETOOTH TV Broadcom today said its Bluetooth radios are inside a new line of televisions from LG Electronics. Earlier this year, its Bluetooth radios made it into televisions from Sharp, while Samsung also has a Bluetooth-enabled TV. The movement to put Bluetooth — a radio technology popular in cell phones, cars and PCs — into television is gaining momentum, and for Bluetooth radio makers like Broadcom and CSR, it opens up a potentially valuable, new market. Display Search, an analyst firm, expects 205.3 million TVs will sell worldwide in 2009. Bluetooth on the TV gives consumers the ability to use their cell phones as a remote control, connect wireless headsets to the TV, and stream music from an iPod or other MP3 player to their television or speakers attached to their TV, all without a wire. A representative for the Bluetooth Special Interest Group expects to see more Bluetooth TVs coming to market later this year or early next year. Bluetooth, which allows for small amounts of data to be transmitted wirelessly, is in 50 percent to 60 percent of cell phones. That could open up opportunities for companies that make both cell phones and televisions, such as LG and Samsung, to link the devices and use mobile phones as remote controls. Companies like Rovi (formerly Macrovision) and NDS, which develop interactive on-screen guides for televisions, are exploring how to tie mobile phones into the TV-viewing experience. A mobile phone tied to the TV would allow different users in the house to immediately bring up personalized profiles filled with content, recommendations and perhaps other social features when they watch television. Additionally, as search becomes more essential for wading through the massive video-verse, using a triple-tap keystroke input like that used for sending SMS messages would allow users to search for what they want to watch without requiring a full keyboard.
  • 2. Consumers with Bluetooth-enabled PC keyboards (or full QWERTY keyboards on mobile phones) might use those to control the TV as well. Steve McIntyre, senior product line manager for wireless personal area networking products at Broadcom, said that Bluetooth radios are in a variety of existing equipment, so adding the radios to TVs allows consumers to add functionality to their television without buying a lot of new gear. Of course, one does have to purchase a new Bluetooth-capable TV. Research firm In-Stat today released a report revealing that well over half of respondents in a survey owned a mobile phone with Bluetooth technology, with nearly 60 percent of them using it to connect a Bluetooth headset. As televisions get broadband connections, widgetsand ever more content, figuring out ways to navigate TV 2.0 (GigaOMPro subscription required), while optimizing the traditional entertainment offered from the TV, makes Bluetooth a compelling technology to add to these 80-plus-year- old devices. It’s a good thing Bluetooth came back from the dead. Bluetooth wireless technology is a short-range communications technology Bluetooth technology is intended to replace the cables connecting portable and/or fixed devices while maintaining high levels of security. The key features of Bluetooth technology are robustness, low power, and low cost. The Bluetooth Specification defines a uniform structure for a wide range of devices to connect and communicate with each other.
  • 3. The structure and the global acceptance of Bluetooth technology means any Bluetooth enabled device, almost everywhere in the world, can connect to other Bluetooth enabled devices located in proximity to one another. Connections between Bluetooth enabled electronic devices allow these devices to communicate wirelessly through short-range, ad hoc networks known as piconets. Piconets are established dynamically and automatically asBluetooth enabled devices enter and leave radio proximity meaning that you can easily connect whenever and wherever it's convenient for you. Bluetooth Core Specification Unlike other wireless standards, the Bluetooth Core Specification provides product developers both link layer and application layer definitions, which support data and voice applications. For more information about the BluetoothCore Specification, visit our Bluetooth.org member site (member sign-in required for some sections of the site). Spectrum Bluetooth technology operates in the unlicensed industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) band at 2.4 to 2.485 GHz, using a spread spectrum, frequency hopping, full-duplex signal at a nominal rate of 1600 hops/sec. The 2.4 GHz ISM band is available and unlicensed in most countries. Interference Bluetooth technology's adaptive frequency hopping (AFH) capability was designed to reduce interference between wireless technologies sharing the 2.4 GHz spectrum. AFH works within the spectrum to take advantage of the available frequency. This is done by the technology detecting other devices in the spectrum and avoiding the frequencies they are using. This adaptive hopping among 79 frequencies at 1 MHz intervals gives a high degree of interference immunity and also allows for more efficient transmission within the spectrum Range Range is application specific and although a minimum range is mandated by the Core Specification, there is not a limit and manufacturers can tune their implementation to support the use case they are enabling. Range may vary depending on class of radio used in an implementation: • Class 3 radios – have a range of up to 1 meter or 3 feet • Class 2 radios – most commonly found in mobile devices – have a range of 10 meters or 33 feet
  • 4. Class 1 radios – used primarily in industrial use cases – have a range of 100 meters or 300 feet Power The most commonly used radio is Class 2 and uses 2.5 mW of power. Bluetooth technology is designed to have very low power consumption. This is reinforced in the specification by allowing radios to be powered down when inactive. The Generic Alternate MAC/PHY in Version 3.0 HS enables the discovery of remote AMPs for high speed devices and turns on the radio only when needed for data transfer giving a power optimization benefit as well as aiding in the security of the radios. Bluetooth low energy technology, optimized for devices requiring maximum battery life instead of a high data transfer rate, consumes between 1/2 and 1/100 the power of classic Bluetooth technology.