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Bluetooth

A Comparison of Bluetooth and competing technologies Presented by: Avinash Swami M.Tech(EECE) Contents     Purpose and Specifications Communication Protocols Disadvantages and Advantages in certain scenarios Application comparison, consumer criteria, business analysts Technologies    Bluetooth IrDA HomeRF Purpose  Why Bluetooth?  The Bluetooth specification is a global technology that allows wireless communication and networking between PCs and other portable devices.  Why HomeRF...

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Bluetooth Applications

[pic] BLUETOOTH APPLICATION ABSTRACT In the current scenario the world is plagued by accidents which are primarily due to human errors in judgment and hence thousands of lives are lost. These accidents can be avoided if only there was a mechanism to alert the driver of approaching danger. This can be done by monitoring the distance between nearby cars and alerting the driver whenever the distance becomes...

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Bluetooth Technology

( Bluetooth Technology Receipt No.384, PRATIK MEHTA, T.E Instrumentation Engineer, AISSMS IOIT, Pune Abstract—Bluetooth has been regarded as a promising solution to an inexpensive wireless connection. Although initial application of Bluetooth technology has been focused mainly on replacing cables between hand-held devices, general wireless telecommunication such as public Internet access via a Bluetooth-equipped device is expected to be one of the most popular applications in the near future...

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Bluetooth Technology

OUTLINE Bluetooth Technology Introduction Bluetooth technology is set to become the revolutionary communications tool that will affect all our lives in one form or another. It will simplify the operation and installation of both new and existing products. Its functionality will be, for the most part, invisible and seamless. Bluetooth's greatest gift will inevitably be its user-transparency and enhancement of efficiency, productivity and communication. Hypothesis How can Bluetooth, the emerging...

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NT 2799 Bluetooth Baseline Requirements Policy

Bluetooth Baseline Requirements Policy 1. Overview Bluetooth enabled devices are exploding on the Internet at an astonishing rate. At the range of connectivity has increased substantially. Insecure Bluetooth connections can introduce a number of potential serious security issues. Hence, there is a need for a minimum standard for connecting Bluetooth enable devices. 2. Purpose The purpose of this policy is to provide a minimum baseline standard for connecting Bluetooth enabled devices to the...

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Bluetooth

Bluetooth technology - a standard for wireless networking of small peripherals Bluetooth has now established itself in the market place enabling a variety of devices to be connected together using wireless technology. Bluetooth technology has come into its own connecting remote headsets to mobile phones, but it is also used in a huge number of other applications as well. Beginnings ... Bluetooth technology originated in 1994 when Ericsson came up with a concept to use a wireless connection...

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Bluetooth

WHAT IS BLUETOOTH Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances (using short-wavelength radio transmissions in the ISM band from 2400–2480 MHz) from fixed and mobile devices, creating personal area networks (PANs) with high levels of security. Created by telecom vendor Ericsson in 1994, it was originally conceived as a wireless alternative to RS-232 data cables. It can connect several devices, overcoming problems of synchronization. Bluetooth technology is...

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Bluetooth Wireless Technology

Bluethooth Wireless Technology Bluetooth wireless technology is an open, accepted standard for wireless communication. It was developed by Dr. Sven Mattisson and Dr. Jaap Haartsen at Ericsson Mobile Communications in Lund, Sweden. Initially Bluetooth was to be used as an interface between mobile phones and their accessories. It soon became clear that the uses for this new wireless technology were manifold and Ericsson decided to share their technology, offer free licenses to any company that...

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Bluetooth

------------------------------------------------- Bluetooth From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the electronic protocol. For the medieval King of Denmark, see Harald I of Denmark. Bluetooth logo Bluetooth is a proprietary open wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances (using short-wavelength radio transmissions in the ISM band from 2400–2480 MHz) from fixed and mobile devices, creating personal area networks (PANs) with high levels of security...

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SECURITY ISSUES IN MOBILE PAYMENT SYSTEMS

(Case study: Bluetooth) The vulnerabilities in the technologies employed such as Bluetooth and RFID can severely compromise the security of a proximity payment scheme. Several attacks have been proposed on the Bluetooth protocol in the past. Most of these attacks are either theoretical in nature (D. Kugler, 2003) or are possible due to a bug in the implementation (and not because of a bug in the protocol itself) (Carettoni, Merloni & Zanero, 2007) (17) (18). For example, Bluetooth air sniffers...

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