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Bai 9_ Bluetooth

Bai 9_ Bluetooth

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3/22/20101
CHAPTER 9:BLUETOOTH
 ð
ng Lê KhoaEmail: dlkhoa@fetel.hcmuns.edu.vn
Facuty of Electronics & Telecommunications, HCMUS
1
Outline
Introduction to Bluetooth
New Applications
Bluetooth Specifications
Technical Overview
2
Bluetooth
A cable replacement technology
1 Mb/s symbol rate
Range 10+ meters
Single chip radio + baseband
at low power & low price point ($5)
Why not use Wireless LANs?-power-cost
3
Bluetooth working group history
February 1998: The Bluetooth SIG is formed
promoter company group:Ericsson, IBM, Intel, Nokia,Toshiba
May 1998: Public announcement of the Bluetooth SIG
July 1999: 1.0A spec (>1,500 pages) is published
December 1999: ver. 1.0B is released
December 1999: The promoter group increases to 9
3Com, Lucent, Microsoft, Motorola
March 2001: ver. 1.1 is released
Aug 2001: There are 2,491+ adopter companies
4
New Applications
5
Synchronization
User benefits
Automatic synchronization ofcalendars, address books, businesscards
Push button synchronization
Proximity operation
6
 
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Cordless Headset
User benefits
Multiple device access
Cordless phone benefits
Hands free operation
Cordlessheadset
7
Usage scenarios examples
Data Access Points
Synchronization
Headset
Conference Table
Cordless Computer
Business Card Exchange
Instant Postcard
Computer Speakerphone
8
BluetoothSpecifications
9
Bluetooth Specifications
RFBaseband
Audio
Link ManagerL2CAP
Data
SDPRFCOMMIP
Single chip with RS-232,USB, or PC card interface
A hardware/software/protocol description
An application framework
Applications
10
Technical Overview
11
Bluetooth Radio Specification
RFBaseband
Audio
Link ManagerL2CAP
Data
SDPRFCOMMIPApplications
12
 
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Unlicensed Radio Spectrum
902 Mhz928 Mhz26 Mhz83.5 Mhz125 Mhz2.4 Ghz2.4835 Ghz5.725 Ghz5.850 Ghz
cordless phonesbaby monitorsWireless LANs802.11BluetoothMicrowave ovenunused
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33cm 12cm5c
13
Bluetooth radio link
frequency hopping spread spectrum
2.402 GHz + k MHz, k=0, …, 78
1,600 hops per second
GFSK modulation
1 Mb/s symbol rate
transmit power
0 dbm (up to 20dbm with power control)
. . .1Mhz
12379
83.5 Mhz
14
RFBaseband
Audio
Link ManagerL2CAP
Data
Baseband
RFCOMMSDPIPApplications
 
RFBaseband
Audio
Link ManagerL2CAP
Data
SDPRFCOMMIPApplications
15
 
Bluetooth Physical link
Point to point link
master -slave relationship
radios can function as masters or slaves
m sssms
Piconet
Master can connect to 7 slaves
Each piconet has max capacity (1 Mbps)
hopping pattern is determined by the master
16
Connection Setup
Inquiry -scan protocol
to lean about the clock offsetand device address of othernodes in proximity
17
Inquiry on time axis
Slave1Slave2 Master
Inquiry hoppingsequence
f1f2
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