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Engineering Concept behind the Bluetooth System
The need to develop a wireless protocol of communication in the year 1994 by Ericsson
Mobile Company led to the evolution of Bluetooth. Further, in the year 1998, the companies
Ericsson, Nokia, Toshiba, and IBM joined hands to form a special interest group geared towards
the formulation of the Bluetooth system. Their first publication of a Bluetooth system was
launched in the preceding year, 1999 (Haarston). The Bluetooth version was a 1.2 standard that
boasted of 1Mbps data speed rate. Advancements by these tech giants have seen their recent launch
of a 4.0 standard.
Scientifically, Bluetooth combines both software and hardware technologies; the software
technology provides security protocols and primary control while running on a radio chip which
makes up the hardware. A viable Bluetooth system should meet both core and profile
specifications. Core specifications consist of baseband layer, radio, link manager protocol (LMP),
service discovery protocol (SDP), as well as a logical link control and adaptation protocol
(L2CAP) (Miller). In a nutshell, the above layers define requirements for qualification and testing
of products based on a Bluetooth system. On the other hand, profile denotation describes
conventional models that provide information on how to use a Bluetooth system for assorted
applications.

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The function ability of a Bluetooth system is dependent on the numbers of users with a
minimum of 2 and a maximum of 8 Bluetooth peer devices. As well, the area network comprises
the workability of a Bluetooth system which is suited to either a piconet or a personal area network.
Within the peer devices, there is habitually the existence of a single master whose role is to initiate
communication with the other peer devices which may be deemed as slave devices (Haarsten). On
the other hand, a slave device is a device that initiates response or loops feedback to the master
device. Therefore, slave devices may only begin transmissions in a time slot that precedes that of
a master device.
This sequence of activity between a slave and a master device is known as frequency
hopping defined by the address (BD_ADDR) (Miller). The process begins by the master's sending
of a signal to a specific slave device within its range address. After that, the slave responds by
synchronizing its hop frequency, hence clocking with the master device.

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Works Cited
Haartsen, Jaap C. "Bluetooth Radio System." Wiley Encyclopedia of Telecommunications, 2003.
Miller,

Brent A.

"Bluetooth™

Encyclopedia, 2006.

Wireless

Technology." Van

Nostrand's

Scientific


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Engineering Concept behind the Bluetooth System
The need to develop a wireless protocol of communication in the year 1994 by Ericsson
Mobile Company led to the evolution of Bluetooth. Further, in the year 1998, the companies
Ericsson, Nokia, Toshiba, and IBM joined hands to form a special interest group geared towards
the formulation of the Bluetooth system. Their first publication of a Bluetooth system was
launched in the preceding year, 1999 (Haarston). The Bluetooth version was a 1.2 standard that
boasted of 1Mbps data speed rate. Advancements by these tech giants have seen their recent launch
of a 4.0 standard.
Scientifically, Bluetooth combines both software and hardware technologies; ...

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