BluetoothTM End to End

  • ID: 2246726
  • Book
  • 336 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Bite into Bluetooth! Get the definitive guide featuring the end to end details about the hot wireless technology that makes universal wireless possibilities endless.

Bluetooth End to End is a comprehensive look at the technology from the standpoint of the IT Professional. The book goes above and beyond a simple re-hashing of the specification to provide practical implementation information on Bluetooth technology application fundamentals, implementation, wireless networking, Bluetooth security considerations, chip technology and the required specifications for Bluetooth device development culled from networking professionals.
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PART I: BLUETOOTH BASICS.

Chapter 1: Introducing Bluetooth.

Chapter 2: The Bluetooth World.

PART II: THE TECHNOLOGY OF BLUETOOTH.

Chapter 3: Elementary Bluetooth.

Chapter 4: RF and Bluetooth.

Chapter 5: Baseband Communications.

Chapter 6: Bluetooth Operating States.

Chapter 7: The Bluetooth Link Manager (LM).

Chapter 8: Interfacing to Bluetooth.

PART III: BLUETOOTH HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE.

Chapter 9: Bluetooth Hardware Components.

Chapter 10: Bluetooth Software Components.

Chapter 11: The Bluetooth Protocol Stack.

Chapter 12: Comparing Bluetooth and Other Technologies.

PART IV: APPLYING BLUETOOTH.

Chapter 13: Bluetooth Applications.

Chapter 14: Creating a Bluetooth Device.

PART V: NETWORKING WITH BLUETOOTH.

Chapter 15: Bluetooth Network Topologies.

Chapter 16: Implementing Bluetooth in Network Environments.

Chapter 17: Bluetooth Security.

PART VI: BLUETOOTH IN THE MARKETPLACE.

Chapter 20: Competing Technologies.

Chapter 19: Looking Ahead.

Appendix: Bluetooth Terminology.

Index.

Notes Pages.

Book Registration/Web Site Info.
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Dee M. Bakker is a technical writer with over ten years of experience in the publications industry. For the past six years, she has focused on writing for the computer industry, where she has contracted with such companies as Intuit, QualComm, and Intel. Her experiences also include writing feature stories for a Midwestern newspaper, editing and writing for a bird-watching magazine, and editing books for various publishing companies. She currently resides in Southern California. She is a wine-enthusiast and loves to travel.

Diane McMichael Gilster (MCSE 2000, MCSE NT, Network+, i-Net+) has been active in computing for over 20 years and networking for more than 10 years. Diane's experience includes stints as a Network Manager, Network Consultant, and PC and Network Technician in both large and small networking environments, including wireless networking applications. Diane presently is active as an IT certification trainer, consultant, and author, with a currently popular book on home networking.
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