Now theres a complete professionals guide to this remarkable technology. Connect Without Cables, two leading Bluetooth implementers explain the Bluetooth standard more clearly than its ever been explained before. Even better, they place Bluetooth in context, covering global markets, applications, complementary technologies, connection to WAP, even leading-edge development issues. Hardcover , pages.
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Audio Transports in the Protocol Stack. The Link Management Channel. Control of Multi-Slot Packets.
Discovering Other Bluetooth Devices. Sending and Receiving Data. Enabling and Disabling Incoming Connectionless Traffic. WAP Clients and Servers. Key Generation and the Encryption Engine. Secret Keys and PINs. Data Rates and Packet Types. Link Configuration and Management. The Generic Access Profile.
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The Serial Port Profile. Generic Object Exchange Profile. The Cordless Telephony Profile. The Human Interface Device Profile. The Basic Imaging Profile. The Basic Printing Profile. Bluetooth as an IP Core. Making the Right Design Choices. What Are the Requirements? Market Pull and Technology Push.
Success in the Marketplace. Enabling Technologies and Components. Working Groups and New Bluetooth Profiles. Future Bluetooth Core Specifications. Preface to the Second Edition A year later, and another version of the Bluetooth specification released, the Bluetooth World has moved on far enough to justify a second edition of this book. Whilst updating for version 1. Each section of the book has been updated with information on version 1.
Many of the changes have just been clarifications, but here and there functionality has been altered and improved. For those of you who want a summary of the changes there is an appendix with details on the critical errata which led to version 1. This appendix tells you in one place what is different, and why it was altered.
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Of course as the specification progresses, so does the rest of the community of Bluetooth users. In the past year many new products and components have qualified, and the qualification program itself has matured.
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Real products have come on the market, and we're starting to see Bluetooth technology in use for real. To reflect those developments you'll find the section on Bluetooth in Context has changed. We've reached version 1. As we were updating the book for version 1. The draft profiles may change slightly before being formally adopted, and more new profiles are due for public release soon.
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