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ABSTRACT:

Blue tooth is a standard developed by a group of electronics manufacturers that allows any sort of electronic equipment \u2013 from computers to cell phones and keyboards to headphones \u2013 to make its own connections without wires, cables or any direct action from the user. The technology encompasses a simple low-cost, low-power, global radio system for integration into mobile devices. Such devices can form a quick ad-hoc secure \u201cpiconet\u201d and communicate among the connected devices. This technology creates many useful mobile usage models because the connections can occur while mobile devices are being carried in packets and briefcases (therefore, there are no line-of-sight restrictions). This paper provides a brief introduction of Bluetooth technology and its working. It also gives some insights of applications, features and benefits. Finally, the implementation issues of Bluetooth technology are observed.

Bluetooth has to receive an overwhelming support of all the digital and computerized manufacturers to become a basic unit in a production process. Acceptance by those companies outside the SIG will hold back the implementation of Bluetooth in all devices in the future.

Bluetooth is a radio system designed for connecting a variety of mobile devices in a secure ad-hoc fashion. The Bluetooth specification is definitely real and is being widely adopted by industry leaders. The possibilities for new applications are very exciting with this versatile technology.

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INTRODUCTION
Bluetooth is an industrial specification for wireless personal area networks

(PANs). Bluetooth provides a way to connect and exchange information between devices like personal digital assistants (PDAs), mobile phones, laptops, PCs, printers and digital cameras via a secure, low-cost, globally available short range radio frequency.

The name Bluetooth was born from the 10th century king of Denmark, King Harold Bluetooth who engaged in diplomacy which led warring parties to negotiate with each other. The inventors of the Bluetooth technology thought this a fitting name for their technology which allowed different devices to talk to each other

Bluetooth is aradio standard primarily designed for low power consumption, with a short
range (power class dependent: 10 centimeters, 10 meters, 100 meters) and with a low-
cost transceiver microchip in each device.

Bluetooth lets these devices talk to each other when they come in range, even if they are not in the same room, as long as they are within up to 100 meters of each other, dependent on the power class of the product. Products are available in one of three power classes:

Class
Power
(mW
)
Power
(dBm)
Range

(approximate)
Class 1100 mW 20 dBm ~100 meters
Class 22.5 mW 4 dBm ~10 meters
Class 31 mW

0 dBm ~10cm (1 meter max)
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WHAT IS BLUETOOTH?

Bluetooth is a name given to the novel technology that uses short range, radio link, intended to replace the cables connecting portable and/or fixed communicating devices. Such as mobile phones, desktops, notebook computers, cameras, printers, coffee makers, telephones etc.

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Bluetooth wireless technology is an open specification for a low cost, low power, short range, radio technologies for ad-hoc wireless communication of voice and data any where in the world.

THE NAME BLUETOOTH COMES FROM\u2026

Bluetooth is named for Harald Blatand, the king of Denmark who united Denmark and Norway. Blatand translates into Bluetooth in English. The Ericsson Company originally started Bluetooth as a project.

Similarly, in the beginning of the Bluetooth technology era, Bluetooth was aimed
at unifying the telecom and computing industries.
THE REASON WE CAME TO BLUETOOTH\u2026
Let us take an example of telephones for cables where as mobiles are wireless.
Because of the problem of interference over cabling we came to Bluetooth technology.
This Bluetooth is also a cable replacement technology i.e. wireless.
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