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Bluetooth Profiles

Bluetooth Profiles

This Bluetooth book is a practical guidance for building reliable, interoperable Bluetooth products: Covers usage models, profile principles, user expectations and dependencies; Details every foundation profile and key application, from cordless telephony to file transfer; Introduces emerging profiles for personal area networking, imaging, printing and automotive applications; Shows how to build your own new profiles Bluetooth Profiles are the key to delivering interoperable products that work reliably, "right out of the box." Now, leading Bluetooth expert Dean Anthony Gratton brings the Bluetooth Profiles to life, showing you exactly how to use them to build winning user-centered products. Gratton takes you "under the hood" of every significant Bluetooth Profile, from Bluetooth's essential Foundation Profiles to powerful emerging profiles for personal area networking, automotive applications and imaging. Drawing on his extensive experience with Bluetooth development, Gratton also offers practical guidance for creating innovative new profiles of your own.

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Bluetooth For Java

Bluetooth For Java

What the book "Bluetooth for Java" offers is not an overview of what Bluetooth is. Instead, Bruce Hopkins and Ranjith Antony describe how to develop wireless Java applications using Bluetooth for a variety of platforms. This includes an API overview of the Java library, development of Bluetooth-based services, highlights of security concerns, and walkthroughs for development with some of the different tools available. Programs will not be just J2ME (micro devices) based, but will also be for J2SE (client/desktop).

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Bluetooth 1.1: Connect Without Cables (2nd Edition)

In-depth guide to the new Bluetooth 1.1 Specification and its dramatic improvements in interoperability and reliability. The book's 2nd edition Includes revised coverage of Bluetooth security and power conservation.

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Bluetooth End to End

This book is excellent for non-engineers who just want to know a bit more about this technology without earning a radio communications degree at the same time. I recommend this book to any business person with a need to know more about this technology on a mostly non-technical level.

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WAP, Bluetooth, and 3G Programming: Cracking the Code (With CD-ROM)

Chapter 1: WAP, Bluetooth, and 3G: A Brief Introduction. Chapter 2: WML and WML Script Programming: A Case Study. Chapter 3: WAP Using Cold Fusion: A Project. Chapter 4: WTA: An Advanced Interaction Technique for Mobile Phones. Chapter 5: Integrating Java with WAP. Chapter 6: Push Technology in WAP. Chapter 7: Bluetooth: A Basic Introduction. Chapter 8: Using WAP with Bluetooth. Chapter 9: Bluetooth Programming. Chapter 10: An Overview of 3G. Chapter 11: Advanced 3G Programming. Chapter 12: 3G Programming Using BREW. Chapter 13: Voice and Video Communication over IP and Mobile IP Networks. Chapter 14: The Future of Wireless Networks.

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Bluetooth Application Developer's Guide

From Book News, Inc. Exposes experienced application developers to the basics of the Bluetooth wireless technology, such as the Bluetooth protocol stack, power management, security management, and service discovery. The authors then describe Linux Bluetooth development, running a Bluetooth application on BlueCore, using the Palm operating system for Bluetooth applications, and options for designing an audio application.Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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        Getting Started With Bluetooth

Bluetooth is a technology standard that intends to replace the cable(s) connecting electronic devices such as mobile phones, mobile PCs, and other portable devices. Bluetooth is one of the key products focusing on security. Its system has built-in keys that ensure a secure transmission. Getting Started with Bluetooth covers all facets of the technology-Piconet, scatterent, channels, links, packets, architecture, and specifications. It includes examples to show you how the Bluetooth technology can be implemented in real-world scenarios.

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Bluetooth: Operation and Use

Chapter1:Differences between wired and wireless communication Chapter 2. Indoor Radio Propagation and Useful Range. Chapter 3. The Bluetooth Radio. Chapter 4. Bluetooth Packets and their Structure. Chapter 5. Establishing Contact through Paging and Inquiry. Chapter 6. Operation of the Piconet. Chapter 7. Controlling the Piconet. Chapter 8. Transferring Data and Audio Information. Chapter 9. Bluetooth Security. Chapter 10. Host Interfacing. Chapter 11. Bluetooth Profiles and Upper Level Protocols. Chapter 12. Designing and Testing the Bluetooth Module. Chapter 13. Coexistence with Other Wireless Devices. Chapter 14. The Future of Bluetooth.

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Data Over Wireless Networks: Bluetooth, WAP, and Wireless LANs

Topics covered: Technologies for communicating data over the airwaves, including Analog Mobile Phone System (AMPS), Digital Advanced Mobile Phone System (D-AMPS), Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM), Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA), Bluetooth, and wireless local area networks (LANs) based on the IEEE 802.11 wireless LAN specification.

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Bluetooth Demystified

From Book News, Inc. An accessible guide providing a basic introduction and overview to Bluetooth wireless technology, followed by coverage of protocol architecture, link management, logical link control, Bluetooth general profiles and profiles for usage models, security, and its use in the global scheme of 3G wireless. Appendices list terms, definitions, and acronyms.Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Bluetooth Revealed: The Insider's Guide to an Open Specification for Global Wireless Communications

Topics covered: The Bluetooth wireless networking specification (version 1.0B) and its component parts, including the radio, baseband, link-controller, and link-manager layers. Special coverage goes to the Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol (L2CAP), the Host Controller Interface (HCI), RFCOMM serial ports, and the Service Discovery Protocol. Bluetooth futures appear here, too. What I really liked about the book was that it provides a clear and succinct rationale for the way Bluetooth communication is intended to work that the voluminous Bluetooth specifications lack. The book clearly reflects the authors experience and involvement in the development of the Bluetooth communication standard from its inception. This book is an excellent compendium for one who wishes to understand Bluetooth communication from development and technology enthusiast perspectives. Reading this book before you embark on reviewing the Bluetooth specifications would be very beneficial.

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An IEEE Guide: How to Find What You Need in the Bluetooth Spec

This book is specifically desiged to streamline the process of finding information about the Bluetooth wireless technology. It provides helpful hints about the Spec so that you have a fuller understanding of the technology and how it impacts you. Based on what you will be doing with the Spec, it helps answer the question, "What do I really have to read and understand?"

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Bluetooth: Connect Without Cables

Book Description -The complete Bluetooth tutorial and reference for every professional. Accessible, practical explanations of the entire Bluetooth standard. Bluetooth applications, components, security, and development issues. The future of Bluetooth: Bluetooth 2.0 and beyond.

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Discovering Bluetooth

This comprehensive book covers Bluetooth technology, devices, implementation in the home and work environment and using the technology in the real world. IT managers, consultants and power users will reference the detailed information in Discovering Bluetooth when making important decisions about implementation.

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Wireless Personal Communications - Bluetooth Tutorial and Other Technologies

Wireless Personal Communications - Bluetooth Tutorial and Other Technologies (The Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, Volume 592)

Presents a broad range of topics in wireless communications, serving as a reference and textbook for advanced courses on the subject. Offers a tutorial in the new bluetooth technology and features papers from international authors.

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WiFi and Bluetooth Coexistence (802.11 and Bluetooth Integration)

Table of Contents: Introduction to the world of Bluetooth and 802.11b. Bluetooth: Definition. History. Overview of the service and how it has evolved. Evolution of the service. Applications of the service. 802.11b: Definition. History. Overview of the service. Evolution of the service. Applications. Coexistence of Bluetooth and 802.11b: Can They? Why Not Try the Best of Both Worlds? Other Wireless LAN Options: Definition. History. Evolution of WLANs in the marketplace. The Competitive Arena (Who are the Players?). Practical Applications for the Corporate to Home User. The Future of Wireless LAN Technologies. Technical Overview and Charts.

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