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1.2 & Bluetooth 2.0 The recent release of cores
based on preliminary Bluetooth 1.2 and speculation on the
abilities of Bluetooth 2.0, means that far-sighted developers
should not stand still in approaching Bluetooth
optimisations. This article explains the features on a
broad level of Bluetooth 1.2 and examines the reports on
Bluetooth 2.0. more...
Additional Profiles - Overview
Currently in the final stages of evaluation and approval, the
Bluetooth SIG is in the process of releasing 12 new profiles. In
conjunction with this, palowireless has also published on-line new
tutorials to these profiles. However, with the proliferation
of profiles and acronyms it is sometimes hard to see what these
profiles are designed to do. As an entry-level introduction,
this article gives a very brief outline of these new profiles
and what roles they will allow Bluetooth units to fill. more...
and IEEE 802.11b
Although aimed at different markets and roles, there has
long been speculation about the effects 802.11b (also called
Wi-Fi, IEEE 802.11, Wireless LAN etc.) and Bluetooth have on
each other, not just technical interference, but also whether
they are in competition with each other commercially. Often
these are simplistic press reports attempting to compare the two
and seeking to decide a winner. This article however explains
the similarities and differences between Bluetooth & 802.11b
on a broad level and tries to show that there is no serious
competition between the two. In fact both have their own
advantages and disadvantages, and both technologies can
complement each other. more...
- Bluetooth Mobility &
Two major current limitations of Bluetooth are: that
communication between devices must be direct; and secondly that
they do not support the movement of an active terminal from one
network interface device to another.... more...
- SoftTooth Bluetooth
Overview by Manoj Gupta and the guys from SoftTooth.
A concise introduction to Bluetooth from the Bluetooth
architecture, radio and baseband to a detailed look at
connection establishment more...
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