Bluetooth Training | A Comprehensive Technology Overview Training

Bluetooth Training | A Comprehensive Technology Overview Training

Introduction:

Bluetooth Training | A Comprehensive Technology Overview Training In Depth

Bluetooth is the name of a wireless technology standard for connecting devices, set to replace cables. It uses radio frequencies in the 2.45 GHz range to transmit information over short distances of generally 33 feet (10 meters) or less. By embedding a Bluetooth chip and receiver into products, cables that would normally carry the signal can be eliminated.

While entertainment centers, computer systems, handheld PDAs, digital cameras and MP3 players, continue to flourish, manufacturers and end-users alike are plagued by the growing complexity of connecting devices. Proprietary cables, protocols and cradles simply complicate things as companies seek a larger market share while buyers seek user-friendly gadgets that are compatible with other products.

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Bluetooth Training | A Comprehensive Technology Overview TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 2 days

Objectives:

Understand Bluetooth technology.
Understand Bluetooth’s potential and limitations.
Describe current and potential applications for Bluetooth.
Describe related and competing wireless technologies, and explain Bluetooth’s positioning.
Understand the terminology used by Bluetooth vendors and standards.
Appreciate the capabilities of current and emerging Bluetooth products, applications and services.

Course Content:

Overview of Bluetooth

The role of Bluetooth
Market projections Bluetooth’s technology
Competing technologies:
Infrared, IrDA
Wireless LANs
HomeRF
Integrated devices

Applications for Bluetooth

Bluetooth usage models
Cordless accessories: headsets, etc
Bluetooth group applications
Security devices

How Bluetooth works

The Bluetooth protocol architecture
Frequency band and RF channels
Bluetooth frequency hopping
Master/Slave transmission
The Packet format
SCO links and ACL links
Data rates
Device addressing
Controller states
Access procedures
Error control

Bluetooth networks

Piconets
Scatternets
Addressing and selectivity
Bluetooth Security:
Authentication
Encryption

Bluetooth hardware

Example Bluetooth implementations
Example antenna designs
Size constraints
Power consumption

Bluetooth software

Microsoft Windows support for Bluetooth
User scenarios
The Microsoft Windows Bluetooth Stack
Configuring Bluetooth device driver support
Bluetooth Configuration Tool
Using Windows and Bluetooth
Exploring with Bluetooth
Establishing a Dial-Up Networking link
The Bluetooth API
Current and emerging application software

Bluetooth performance

Working range
Interference with other ISM band users
IEEE 802.15 group

Bluetooth standards

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG)
Conformance and
compatibility testing
Product Qualification
Current standards
WIP and emerging standards

Bluetooth implementations

Current products
Plug and play capabilities
Current prices
Emerging products
New and emerging applications

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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