Bluetooth Training | A Comprehensive Technology Overview

Bluetooth Training | A Comprehensive Technology Overview

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Bluetooth Training | A Comprehensive Technology Overview Course Description

Bluetooth Training, 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.

Duration: 2 days

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Customize It:

• If you are familiar with some aspects of Bluetooth Training, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
• We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the Bluetooth Training course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
• If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the Bluetooth Training course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Objectives:

After completing this course, attendees will be able to:

• 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

Bluetooth Training – Course Syllabus:

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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