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51: Bluetooth In Action
In the United States, Bluetooth gets absolutely no

respect. It is however, becoming more and more

common in notebooks, PDAs, and especially cell

phones. Bluetooth will provide wireless users a

way to transmit small amounts of data over short

distances.

52: Connecting Many With Bluetooth
Constantly evolving, the technology of Bluetooth

started off as a basic wireless connection standard

but has since then been adapted and proven with many

different uses and functions.

53: Bluetooth Versions
Version 1.1 and earlier

Since the technology of Bluetooth was introduced in

1998, several specification versions have been

released. Versions 1.0 and 1.0B had too many issues

and problems for manufacturers to develop devices

for Bluetooth. The main issue was the lack of

communication among the devices.

54: Bluetooth Basics
The technology of Bluetooth wireless is a short

range communications method intended to replace

the cables that connect portable or fixed devices

while maintaining the highest levels of security.

55: Using Bluetooth
The amazing technology of Bluetooth presents a great

way of exchanging data between two wireless devices.

Unlike telephones, there are no wires or messy

leads to worry about. You can enjoy wireless

communications with short distances of up to thirty

feet.

56: Bluetooth Glossary
Below, you'll find a list of the most used terms in

Bluetooth technology. They can serve as a look up,

or to help you learn more about Bluetooth terms in

general.

57: Bluetooth Security
These days, all communication technology faces the

issue of privacy and identity theft, with Bluetooth

being no exception. Almost everyone knows that email

services and networks require security. What users

of Bluetooth need to realize is that Bluetooth also

requires security measures as well.

58: Bluetooth Applications
With Bluetooth being very popular with wireless, it's

no wonder there are many applications available for

the technology. Below, you'll find the applications

for Bluetooth.

59: Bluetooth Wireless Networking
Bluetooth technology offers three different types

of defined ranges, based on output ranges. Class

1 devices are the most powerful, as they can have

up to 100 mW of power, with a regular antenna

giving them a range of around 130 - 330 feet.

60: The Bluetooth Solution
The technology of Bluetooth will take small area

networking to the next level by removing the need

for user intervention and help keep transmission

power very low to preserve battery power. Each

transmission signal to and from your cellular

phone will use just 1 mw of power, giving you

plenty of space on your battery to talk.


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