bluetooth architecture

Bluetooth 101 – Part VI – Bluetooth Architecture

Wayne Staab and Steve Armstrong This post wraps up our six-part series on Bluetooth 101.  The purpose has been to provide a basic understanding of Bluetooth technology, in general.  For a detailed understanding, the reader is advised to seek more detailed expert interaction. As a refresher, Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard used to exchange…

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Bluetooth 101 – Part IV

Communication and Connection By Wayne Staab and Steve Armstrong Each Bluetooth system forms its own piconet (network) to “talk” between it (M –master) and its peripheral slave (S).  Keep in mind that essentially these Bluetooth-enabled devices are short-distance radios attempting to connect to each other (Figure 1).  General steps follow: A Bluetooth-enabled device, when turned…

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