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Bluetooth Technology: What Does It Do and How Does It Work

What is the latest technology to be used in a mobile phone that involves the use of cable replacement to pass on information between devices and to communicate between disparate sets of computer peripherals' (Bluetooth Wireless Technology) It is the new ‘Bluetooth' that was originally launched by L.M.Ericsson to integrate a telephone with other Internet devices, (Mobile Computing: Bluetooth Technology) and is being developed by PalmSource, the Company that developed the first infrared port for the Palm handheld computer, which enabled users to ‘beam' information from one source to another with ease and speed. Whereas the Palm handheld device has to be essentially pointed at the device that is receiving information, the Bluetooth enables devices to remain in their original direction; they do not have to point at one another. Furthermore, the distance between the devices can be large, and the speed at which the information can be transferred is much higher. The data itself can be encrypted and therefore secure. In essence, the Bluetooth is the latest and fastest and also low cost mobile Internet device that is easily affordable by the general public. (Bluetooth Wireless Technology) What does the Bluetooth do and how does it work' The essential function of the Bluetooth technology is to allow such Internet enabled devices such as the notebook, laptop, desktop, and the cell phone to interact and communicate with one another without external aids such as a USB or any other user port. All the communication is done using a series of radio signals or radio specifications, the frequency of the signals being that of a low 2.4 GHz and the data speeds are up to a range of 721 Kbps. There is no one direction in which this technology can be used; it is omni directional. The distance th...

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