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The Bluetooth Solution and Applications

By: Kanicen

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.

Bluetooth is a networking standard that willwork on two levels:

  1. It will provide agreement at the physical level, as Bluetooth is a radio frequency standard.
  2. It will provide agreement at the level of protocol, where products will have to agree on when bits are sent, how many are sent, and how the parties in conversation can be sure the message recieved is the same one that was sent.

The major draws to Bluetooth is the fact that it's wireless, inexpensive, and automatic. There are other ways to get around wires, including infrared. Infrared uses light waves of a lower frequency than the human eye can, and is normally used in television remote controls.

The technology of Bluetooth is intended to get around the problems that normally come with infrared systems. The 1.0 older standard of Bluetooth has a max transfer speed of 1 MB a second, while the 2.0 Bluetooth standard can manage up to 3.0 MB a second. To make things better, 2.0 is compatible with 1.0 devices.

As a solution to wireless, Bluetooth will eliminate the need for messy cords, keeping everything nice and neat. It's perfect for those who like to talk on cell phones, as you no longer need to hold the phone next to your ear - which is great for those who travel a lot.

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.

  1. Wireless networking between laptops and desktop computers, or desktops that are in a confined space and little bandwidth is needed.
  2. Peripherals such as mice, keyboards, and printers.
  3. Cell phones with Bluetooth technology have been sold in large numbers, as they are able to connect to computers, PDAs (Personal Data Assistant), and various other devices. The standard also includes the support for more powerful and longer range devices.
  4. The transfer of files, images and MP3, between mobile phones.
  5. Certain MP3 players and digital cameras to transfer files to and from computers.
  6. Bluetooth technology headsets for smart phones and cell phones.
  7. Data logging equipment that transmits data to a computer via Bluetooth technology.
  8. Sony Playstation 3 and Nintendo Revolution will both use Bluetooth technology for their wireless controllers.

For Bluetooth, there are literally hundreds of different applications and devices available for you to use or purchase. As you may already know, Bluetooth is the most popular wireless technology in the world. It's very reliable, very dependable, and very hard to crack into.

There are many other applications for Bluetooth in development now, many of which plan to take the wireless age to the next level. Video game systemsare using Bluetooth technology as well, for their wireless controllers. This is great news for gaming
fans, as Bluetooth offers the best in wireless data transmission.

If your curious about applications for Bluetooth that are still in development, you can search on the internet. You can find all sorts of information, especially when it comes to Bluetooth. As the future arrives, you can expect Bluetooth to bring bigger and better things.

Kanicen is the owner of IT Comser System, IT Comser System welcomes everyone who are looking for computer services, maintenance, computer rental, pc repair, computer sales and all kind of computing resources.



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