What Is Bluetooth - A World Without Wires


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Bluetooth technology was created in order to allow ordinary technology users to enjoy the benefits of low bandwidth wireless connections. Bluetooth is a low power, short-range technology that allows wireless networking. It is able to do this by using radio waves to send and receive data at up to 720 kilobits per second.

Bluetooth Specs

The specifications for Bluetooth devices allows for different classes of radio transmission ranges. These ranges can reach up to about 300 feet by boosting the radio power. This technology isn't limited to line of sight as the waves it utilizes are directional waves, which are capable of transmitting through various obstructions.

Industry Standard

Bluetooth is quickly becoming the standard as far as wireless communication is concerned. The real beauty of Bluetooth is the fact that it goes far beyond the most commonly recognized uses and connects all manner of devices. Not only cell phones, but also computers, digital cameras, PDAs, laptops, and any number of other digital devices. The specifications for Bluetooth are defined as a radio system that has a ‘stack’ of protocols, layers, and profiles. The highest layer is the actual application with lower layer being the radio.

Wireless technology such as that offered by Bluetooth is in a position to completely revolutionize our ability to be connected and share information by allowing us to go wireless and eliminating the need for strings.

Bluetooth eliminates the need for cables and wires while providing connectivity on a level we've never experienced before. This low cost solution links computers, cell phones, and any manner of other Bluetooth enabled devices quickly and easily.

Bluetooth is also a sturdy link, which will allow you to go about business as usual rather than worry that a connection is going to be impaired because of its wireless nature. Bluetooth has shown none of the ordinary weaknesses of other wireless devices to interference and constant interruption by other devices operating on the same frequencies.

Another benefit to Bluetooth is that it operates at a frequency of 2.4 GHz, which allows it to be license free and widely available throughout the world. No matter where you are, it is quite likely that your Bluetooth device will work.

Security is another matter that is often weak with electronic devices, particularly those with wireless connections. Bluetooth offers advanced mechanisms to ensure your security and that of your information. It is very difficult for your data to be compromised or your conversations heard with Bluetooth.

Another great feature of Bluetooth is its ability to optimize its power consumption. The radio feature is very power friendly and the device itself only consumes a minimal amount of power that it ‘borrows’ from a cell phone.

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