[access-uk] Re: BLUE TOOTH

  • From: "George Bell" <george@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2005 15:23:50 +0100

Hi Ian,
The following is a good site to have to hand.

Bluetooth Basics
Bluetooth is a standard developed by a group of electronics
manufacturers that allows any sort of electronic equipment
-- from computers and cell phones
<http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/cell-phone.htm>  to
keyboards and headphones -- to make its own connections,
without wires, cables or any direct action from a user.
Bluetooth is intended to be a standard that works at two

*       It provides agreement at the physical level --
Bluetooth is a radio-frequency
*       It also provides agreement at the next level up,
where products have to agree on when bits are sent, how many
will be sent at a time and how the parties in a conversation
can be sure that the message received is the same as the
message sent. 


        From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Ian Macrae
        Sent: 14 June 2005 15:07
        To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
        Subject: [access-uk] BLUE TOOTH

        Would someone mind giving me a brief bluffers guide
to what blue tooth is please?  If I'm the only person on the
list who doesn't know, then please do it privately to avoid
cluttering wiser people's inboxes.  

        Thank you. 


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