Bluetooth and its Operation Training: In-Depth
Bluetooth and its Operation Training In-Depth
In just one day, this unique Bluetooth and its Operation Training In-Depth course from ENO provides an essential, fast-track coverage of the technical aspects of Bluetooth technology, including:
● Bluetooth operation
● Bluetooth testing
● Bluetooth troubleshooting
Understanding Bluetooth, this hands-on practical course covers Bluetooth operation in depth, the installation of Bluetooth hardware and software, configuration, testing and troubleshooting. Our Bluetooth course combination covers subjects and material that would require you to spend up to four days on other vendors’ training programmes. The course incorporates hands-on practical labs using a range of commercial Bluetooth hardware and software products, including Bluetooth adapters, Bluetooth Access Points, Bluetooth enabled mobile phones, headsets, accessories and PDAs.
With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.
Duration: 5 days
Understand Bluetooth’s standards, architecture and operation.
Understand the APIs, radio interface and protocol layers used by Bluetooth.
Configure Bluetooth-enabled devices including mobile phones, PDAs and Access Points.
Install and configure Bluetooth hardware and software.
Configure LAN access, remote access and FAX gateway access point solutions using Bluetooth.
Understand and configure Bluetooth security and application level security.
Test and troubleshoot Bluetooth configurations.
Provide effective support to Bluetooth users.
Current Bluetooth standards
Bluetooth version 1.0b
Bluetooth version 1.1
What to expect in Bluetooth version 2
Understanding the Bluetooth Architecture
The Bluetooth APIs
Understanding the Bluetooth protocol layers
The Bluetooth Radio layer
The Baseband layer
Link Management Protocol
The Host Controller Interface (HCI)
Configuring Bluetooth devices
Configuring a Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone
Pairing with a headset
Pairing with other devices
Enabling and verifying Bluetooth security
Installing Bluetooth on a PC
Installing Bluetooth hardware
Installing Bluetooth driver software
Verifying interfaces and drivers
Bluetooth Configuration Tool
Testing the hardware
Configuring Bluetooth COM ports
Working with Bluetooth
Configuring Bluetooth Security
Understanding Bluetooth Security
Configuring Security Modes
Using Bluetooth applications
Sharing vCard and vCalendar
Working with groupware applications – SPANworks
Providing Bluetooth services
Providing wireless access to a LAN
Creating a Bluetooth dial-up access point
Creating a Bluetooth Internet access point
Creating a Bluetooth Fax gateway
Accessing resources via Bluetooth
Accessing Internet services via a Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone
Accessing a corporate network via a Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone
Sending FAXes via Bluetooth
Troubleshooting resource access
Evaluating Bluetooth hardware and software
Pocket PCs and PDAs
PC adaptors: USB, PCMCIA
Bluetooth Access Points
Common problems when working with Bluetooth
Bluetooth test modes
Bluetooth diagnostic aids
Using Bluetooth test software
Using a Bluetooth analyser
Providing User support
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