Bluetooth: Operation and Use

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McGraw-Hill Prof Med/Tech, Jun 9, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 567 pages
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Unlike most other references on the market, this next-generation resource goes well beyond Bluetooth specifications and thoroughly examines different implementation approaches--as taught by a "master instructor."


* Discusses Bluetooth in detail, covering both operational characteristics as well as its use as a wireless communications system
* Addresses the coexistence of Bluetooth with other wireless networks
* Provides information on the significant security problems that exist when communicating without wires
* Based on 2 very popular and highly effective courses the author has been teaching for more than a year

 

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Contents

Introduction I
3
Indoor Radio Propagation and Bluetooth Useful Range
35
The Bluetooth Radio
97
Baseband Packets and Their Exchange
137
Establishing Contact Through Inquiry and Paging
189
Advanced Piconet Operation
217
Managing the Piconet
239
Transferring Data and Audio Information
263
Module Fabrication Integration Testing
372
Bluetooth Profiles
385
Hardware Architecture
427
Integrating Bluetooth into a Host
447
Summary
470
The Future of Bluetooth
527
Acronyms
535
References
545

Bluetooth Security
297
Host Interfacing
347
Index
551
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About the author (2002)

Dr. Robert Morrow is the President of Morrow Technical Services and the creator of two of the leading Bluetooth courses in the wireless industry. He has given tutorials on Bluetooth, 802.11, and RFID at numerous conferences, contributes frequently to trade journals and periodicals, and received a patent on a spread spectrum communication system. Dr. Morrow is a retired Air Force pilot and professor living in Centerville, IN, where he enjoys amateur astronomy.

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