Bluetooth: Connect Without Cables

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Prentice Hall PTR, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 495 pages
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*The complete Bluetooth tutorial and reference for every professional *Accessible, practical explanations of the entire Bluetooth standard *Bluetooth applications, components, security, and development issues *The future of Bluetooth: Bluetooth 2.0 and beyond Foreword by Joe Mendolia of CATC. Introducing tomorrows hottest wireless technology: Bluetooth! Bluetooth wireless technology is on the verge of revolutionizing communications, enabling virtually any communications device to transmit voice or data securely, at high speed - without wires! Now theres a complete professionals guide to this remarkable technology. In Bluetooth: Connect Without Cables, two leading Bluetooth implementers explain the Bluetooth standard more clearly than its ever been explained before. Even better, they place Bluetooth in context, covering global markets, applications, complementary technologies, connection to WAP, even leading-edge development issues. Coverage includes: *Bluetooth: origins, goals, and key industry players *How Bluetooth voice and data connections work: service discovery, piconets, scatternets, and other key concepts *Key Bluetooth components: antennas, radios, host systems, profiles,

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Antennas
25
Radio Interface
32
Baseband
41
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About the author (2001)

JENNIFER BRAY is a consultant at CSR. She holds a doctorate in wireless communications and has nearly a decade's experience in communications product development, including wireless ATM, ADSL, Ethernet, CDMA, and GSM systems.

CHARLES F STURMAN manages TTPCom's Baseband Bluetooth hardware development program. He has more than ten years' experience in designing low-cost, low-power wireless communications and computer systems. Charles holds a Bachelors in Electronics and a Masters degree in Information Engineering.

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