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Introduction to Bluetooth Technology Presented by: Sachin Garg Table of Contents Introduction What is Bluetooth? Bluetooth basics Specifications Other Technology References Introduction

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introduction to bluetooth technology

Introduction to Bluetooth Technology

Presented by:

Sachin Garg

table of contents
Table of Contents
  • Introduction
  • What is Bluetooth?
  • Bluetooth basics
  • Specifications
  • Other Technology
  • References
introduction
Introduction
  • With IT boom, mobility among people has grown and technologies for voice and data communication evolved.
  • Countless electronic devices in market.
  • No widespread technology for connecting personal devices.
  • Demand for such a system.
  • Answer - Bluetooth wireless technology.
what is bluetooth
What is Bluetooth
  • Bluetooth

- standard developed by a group of electronics manufacturers

- allows electronic equipments to make their own connections.

  • Standard at two levels:

- Physical

bluetooth contd
Bluetooth contd….

- Networking

  • Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG)

- More than 1,000 companies

- Aim to replace cables with Bluetooth's radio communications

bluetooth basics
Bluetooth basics
  • Problems with current technologies
    • Infrared
      • Line of sight communication
      • One to one technology (no broadcasting)
    • Cable synchronizing
      • Correct cable or cradle needed
  • Bluetooth – solves these problems
    • Wireless
    • Inexpensive
    • Automatic - devices find each other
  • Operates at 2.45 GHz in the ISM band
basics continued
Basics continued……………
  • Problem - avoid interference
  • Solution –
    • Transmitting weak signals of about 1 mW
    • Spread spectrum frequency hopping
specifications
Specifications
  • Specification defines the requirements.
  • Requirements defined for two reasons:

• Provide compatibility

• Define Quality

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Specifications contd…
  • Specs
    • Devices in a piconet share a common communication data channel. Channel capacity is 1 Mbps. Headers and handshaking information consume 20 percent of this capacity.
    • United States and Europe: frequency range is 2.4- 2.483 GHz, with 79 1-MHz radio frequency (RF) channels. In practice, the range is 2,402 MHz to 2,480 MHz.

Japan: frequency range is 2.472 – 2.497 GHz with 23 1-MHz RF channels. A data channel hops randomly 1,600 times per second between the 79 (or 23) RF channels.

    • Each channel is divided into time slots 625 microseconds long.
specs continued
Specs continued……..
  • A piconet has a master and up to seven slaves. The master transmits in even time slots, slaves in odd time slots.
  • Packets can be up to five time slots wide. Data in a packet can be up to 2,745 bits in length.
  • Currently two types of data transfer between devices: SCO and ACL.
  • In a piconet, there can be up to three SCO links of 64 Kbps each. To avoid timing and collision problems, the SCO links use reserved slots set up by the master.
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Specs continued……..
  • Masters support up to three SCO links with one, two or three slaves.
  • Slots not reserved for SCO links used for ACL links.
  • One master and slave can have a single ACL link.
  • ACL either point-to-point (master to one slave) or broadcast to all the slaves.
  • ACL slaves transmit only when requested by the master.
other technology
Other Technology
  • Bluetooth Vs non line-of-sight technology
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Other Technology
  • Bluetooth Vs line-of-sight technology (IrDA)
    • IrDA is a point-to-point data transfer technology.
    • Ad-hoc data transmission standard designed to operate in a range of 0 to 1 meter and at speeds of 9600 bps to 16 Mbps.
    • No options for link level security implementations.
    • Widely available on laptop computers, embedded systems, peripherals etc.
references
References
  • www.bluetooth.com
  • www.howstuffworks.com
  • www.123wapinfo.com
  • www.bluetoothcentral.com/faq_plain.html
  • www.irda.org/use/faq.asp