Bluetooth is a method for data communication that uses short-range radio links to replace cables between computers and their connected units. Handheld devices are rapidly becoming an integral part of our daily lives, In most cases, these devices do not have compatible data communication interfaces, or, if they do, the interface requires cumbersome cable connections and configuration procedures. An obvious solution is to get rid of the cables and use short-range wireless links to facilitate on-demand connectivity among devices An ideal solution to this problem is Bluetooth, a technology named after a 10th-century King Harald Blåtand (Bla: dark skinned, tan: great man) of Denmark who united Denmark and Norway in the 10th century. Bluetooth is similarly expected to unite the worlds of computing and telecom. This paper provides an overview of Bluetooth wireless technology and instructs users on how to establish Bluetooth connections.
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Pragya Rai. A Brief Study of Bluetooth Technology. Research J. Engineering and Tech. 5(1): Jan.-Mar. 2014 page 42-44.
Pragya Rai. A Brief Study of Bluetooth Technology. Research J. Engineering and Tech. 5(1): Jan.-Mar. 2014 page 42-44. Available on: https://www.ijersonline.org/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2014-5-1-10