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Bluetooth  related subjects: Datacommunication techniques (part of computer), Networking, WIFI & WLAN, WIFI - WLAN antenna applications, Wireless networking
Adaptive frequency hopping what is Adaptive frequency hopping, pdf file
Adaptive Frequency Hopping - Bandspeed what is Adaptive frequency hopping, ppt file
Bluetooth Bluetooth is the term used to describe the protocol of a short range (10 meter) frequency-hopping radio link between devices. These devices are then termed Bluetooth - enabled
Bluetooth Bluetooth is a new technology and standard, launched in 1998. It is essentially, a small microchip which uses a short-range radio link to exchange information, enabling wireless connectivity between mobile phones, mobile PCs and other peripherals
Bluetooth Investigating BluetoothTM Modules: The First Step in Enabling Your Device with a Wireless Link, pdf file
Bluetooth Bluetooth is an industrial specification for wireless personal area networks (PANs). Bluetooth provides a way to connect and exchange information between devices like personal digital assistants (PDAs), laptops, PCs, printers and digital cameras via a secure, low-cost, globally available short range radio frequency, ...
Bluetooth Bluetooth wireless technology is a short-range communications technology 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, ..., How Bluetooth Technology Works
Bluetooth what´s the advantage of frequency-hopping? a tip
Bluetooth Bluetooth Demystified, pdf file
Bluetooth pdf file, in Dutch
Bluetooth Bluetooth wireless technology is a short-range communications technology intended to replace the cables connecting portable and/or fixed devices while maintaining high levels of security, pdf file
Bluetooth ppt file
Bluetooth doc file
Bluetooth ppt file, en Français
Bluetooth and IEEE 802.11 Bluetooth and IEEE 802.11: a comparison, pdf file
Bluetooth architecture overview Bluetooth technology is a low-cost, low-power, short-range radio link for mobile devices and for WAN/LAN access points. It offers fast and reliable digital transmissions of both voice and data over the globally available 2.4 GHz ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical) band
Bluetooth and other wireless technologies
Bluetooth baseband Physical Channel, Physical Links, Logical Channels, Device Addressing, Packet Types, Bluetooth Packet Format, Bluetooth Error Correction, Bluetooth Flow Control
Bluetooth: Baseband Signals Using Mixed-Signal Oscilloscopes Verifying Bluetooth™ Baseband Signals Using Mixed-Signal Oscilloscopes, pdf file
Bluetooth Frequently Asked Questions
Bluetooth glossary
Bluetooth intro pdf file, a tip
Bluetooth protocol Bluetooth Connection Protocol
Blue Tooth Protocol Architecture  Blue Tooth Protocol Architecture, pdf file
Bluetooth protocol architecture pdf file
Bluetooth Protocol Architecture Overview Bluetooth Protocol Architecture Overview
Bluetooth RF Measurement Fundamentals Bluetooth RF Measurement Fundamentals, Bluetooth radio unit, Bluetooth link control unit and link management, Bluetooth RF test suite structure, Receiver Measurements, Test conditions and setup, Sensitivity - single-slot packets, Sensitivity - multi-slot packets, EDR sensitivity, ..., pdf file
Bluetooth simulation Bluetooth frequency hopping simulation
Bluetooth Standard - Frequency Spectrum Bluetooth uses gaussian frequency shift keying (GFSK) to modulate the data to frequencies around 2.4 GHz. The frequency spectrum is divided up into 79 channels spaced 1 MHz apart. Data is transmitted at 1 Mbps. For security benefits and noise reduction, a Bluetooth transmitter employs frequency hopping, switching channels up to 1600 times a second
Bluetooth technology Bluetooth is a low cost, low power, radio frequency technology for short-range communications. It can be used to replace the cables connecting portable/fixed electronic devices, build ad-hoc networks or provide data/voice access points
Draadloze verbindingen WIFI, Bluetooth, pdf file, in Dutch
Bluetooth vs. WiFi: - why it's NOT a death match [ZDNet] Bluetooth operates at about 720kbps, WiFi at 11mbps. (802.11b = WIFI)
Bluetooth vs. WiFi Bluetooth devices operate within the 2.4 GHz band. The difference is that that Bluetooth uses frequency hopping (at 1,600 hops per second) to hop over the entire 2.4 GHz band. 802.11b, on the other hand, uses direct sequence and only occupies approximately one third of the 2.4 GHz band, ..., ISM Band: 2.402 GHz --> 2.480 GHz, every band is 1 MHz
Bluetooth vs. WLAN pdf file
Bluetooth vs. WLAN (802.11)
Bluetooth vs. WLAN a tip
Bluetooth wireless technology Bluetooth wireless technology is a short-range radio technology. Bluetooth wireless technology makes it possible to transmit signals over short distances between telephones, computers and other devices and thereby simplify communication and synchronization between devices
Bluetooth™ Wireless Technology White Paper The Bluetooth wireless technology provides the means for the replacement of cables and infrared links that connect one device to another with a universal short-range radio link. Although this technology was initially developed for replacing cables, it has now evolved into a way to create small radio LANs, pdf file
How Bluetooth Technology Works Each device has a unique 48-bit address from the IEEE 802 standard, supports data speeds of up to 721 Kbps, as well as three voice channels, ...
How Bluetooth works Bluetooth is a standard developed by a group of electronics manufacturers that allows any sort of electronic equipment -- from computers and cell phones to keyboards and headphones -- to make its own connections, without wires, cables or any direct action from a user, ISM band (Industrial, Scientific, and Medical) radio band, ...
How Bluetooth works Bluetooth utilizes spread-spectrum frequency hopping: using 79 individual, randomly chosen frequencies within a designated range
How Bluetooth works How Bluetooth works, How networks are formed and controlled, What´s the advantage of frequency-hopping? How timeslots are used

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