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Bluetooth Technology Seminar

Bluetooth Technology Seminar



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Today, electronics that connect to one another are found everywhere; in the office, home, Car, etc.Keyboards connect to computers, MP3 players to headphones and so on. These are possible withthe help of wires and cables.In this seminar work I try to look at Bluetooth technology in handling connection issues. Bluetoothtechnology is a short-range wireless radio technology that allows electronic devices to connect toone another. Generally, Bluetooth has a range of up to 30 ft. or greater, depending on the BluetoothCore Specification Version. Newer devices, using newer versions of Bluetooth, have ranges over 100 ft. Bluetooth wireless technology makes connections just like cables connect a computer to akeyboard, mouse, or printer, or how a wire connects an MP3 player to headphones. Bluetoothtechnology makes these same connections, except it does it without the cables and wires.Bluetooth technology is actually derived from a combination of wireless technologies. TheBluetooth specification unites these technologies under the title: "Bluetooth technology".
 Bluetooth Technology by Omokaro Richardson…. HD Computer Engineering, Olabisi Onabanjo Univerisity.
Bluetooth technology was first developed by Ericsson and then formalized by a group of electronics manufacturers (Ericsson, IBM, Intel, Nokia, and Toshiba) who joined forces to form a private trade association known as the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). When they formallyintroduced the Bluetooth specification to the public, they established a global standard, thuscreating a universal way for mobile computers, cell phones, and various other devices to wirelesslyconnect with one another.The name “Bluetoothand its logo are trademarked by the privately held trade association namedthe Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). Founded in September 1998, the Bluetooth SIG is aunification of leaders in the telecommunications, computing, network, industrial automation, andAutomotive industries. Today, the Bluetooth SIG is responsible for encouraging and supportingresearch and development in Bluetooth technology.The Bluetooth SIG includes promoter member companies Microsoft, Ericsson, IBM, Intel, Agere,Motorola, Nokia, and Toshiba, plus thousands of Associate and Adopter member companies.
Why is It Called Bluetooth
The developers of this wireless technology first used the name"Bluetooth" as a code name, but as time past, the name stuck.The word "Bluetooth" is taken from the 10th century Danish King Harald Bluetooth. KingBluetooth had been influential in uniting Scandinavian Europe during an era when the region wastorn apart by wars and feuding clans. The founders of the Bluetooth SIG felt the name was fitting because: Bluetooth technology was first developed in Scandinavia, and is able to unite differingindustries such as the cell phone, computing, and automotive markets. Bluetooth wirelesstechnology simplifies and combines multiple forms of wireless communication into a single,secure, low-power, low-cost, globally available radio frequency.
 Bluetooth Technology Over the Years
When Bluetooth was officially introduced in 1998, its intended basic purpose was to be a wirereplacement technology in order to rapidly transfer voice and data. There were many doubters who believed Bluetooth would be a distant memory in just a couple of years. However, multiple yearshave passed and Bluetooth continues to make strides and advancements everyday.
 Bluetooth Technology by Omokaro Richardson…. HD Computer Engineering, Olabisi Onabanjo Univerisity.
A lot has changed since the first Bluetooth Core Specification Version was introduced in 1998.Over the past couple years Bluetooth technology has really begun to take giant leaps forward.In 2003, the Bluetooth SIG began a major overhaul of the Bluetooth specification with theannouncement of version 2.1. Then, in 2004, Bluetooth version 2.0 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)was introduced. Devices using version 2.0 + EDR began to hit the market in late 2005.
 Bluetooth Technology by Omokaro Richardson…. HD Computer Engineering, Olabisi Onabanjo Univerisity.

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