Bluetooth Essays

Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management

1) Select a technology from 1850 to the present. Describe how it has affected productivity A technology that comes to mind is server virtualization. We use them every day in the government as we work toward going green, lower cost, increasing productivity. Since the migration to the virtual servers we were able to cut paper files by ¾. We use a digital contract file now instead of a 6 pile folder with hundreds of page. Another reason the army has…

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Classes, Control and Saving

This section is a grouping of elements influencing various forms of power control. The specification highlights three device power classes possible for Bluetooth radios that are related to the power range of the transmitter: • Class 1 is 100mW and up to about 100m range • Class 2 is 2. 5mW and up to about 20m range • Class 3 is 1mW and up to about 10m range Radios are subject to environmental influences and the Class 3 range of…

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Features of Bluetooth Technology

The logo for Bluetooth is based on Runes surrounding the legend of Harald Bluetooth. Bluetooth the technology is based on communications central to man’s own personal space. Fundamentally Bluetooth operates within the Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) band at 2. 4 GHz. It is a short-range wireless communication standard defined as cable replacement for a Personal Area Network (PAN) (see “Bluetooth”. Grolier Encyclopedia of Knowledge, pp. 87-94). Figure 1 is the Bluetooth Logo. A cable replacement standard has been defined…

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Invention of Telephone

When Alexander Graham Bell first invented the telephone his intent was to create a device that would make communication over great distances easier. Today, when we want to talk to another person, what do we do? We pick up the telephone, scroll through our contacts, and press send. Because of the technology that was first invented in the mid 1800’s we can instantly connect to people in other cities, states, and even other countries. But have you ever wondered how…

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Bluejacking

Blue jacking is the process of sending an anonymous message from a Bluetooth enabled phone to another, within a range of 10 meters. Not only does the recipient not know the exact source of the received message, but also blue jacking allows people to send free messages to one another without having to pay any money to the cellular operators. Since blue jacking utilizes the Bluetooth technology present on the mobile phone handset itself all messages that are sent using…

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Principles of Public Speaking

Course Name:Principles of public Speaking Assignment # 6 Title: Why banning the use of cell phones while driving should be mandatory nationwide? (With changes) General Purpose: Persuade Specific Purpose: Persuade my audience that banning the use of cell phones while driving should be mandatory nationwide Central idea: Lawmakers should pass a legislation banning the use of cell phone while driving nationwide I. Introduction: A: Cell phones are as common in the market today as a wrist watch on your arm.Every…

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Vodafone in 2012_ Rethinking International Strategy

The case calls for an analysis of the potential benefits from international scope in wireless telecommunications and the development of strategy recommendations for Vodafone. This case offers an opportunity to how to analyze the costs and benefits of international scope in an industry where global scale economies do not mandate an international presence. the benefits of a presence in multiple countries are far from self-evident—some of the most successful wireless communication providers (AT&T, Verizon and China Mobile) are primarily domestic…

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Cell Phones in the Hands of Drivers_ a Risk or Benefit_

Cell Phones in the Hands of Drivers A Risk or a Benefit Ariana Laguna English 102 Professor Barnes/Walter 10 December 2012 Outline THESIS: Unless the risks of cell phones are shown to outweigh the benefits, we should not restrict their use in moving vehicles: instead, we should educate the public about the dangers of driving while phoning and prosecute irresponsible phone users under laws on negligent and reckless driving. I. Scientific studies haven’t proved a link between use of cell…

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Wireless Network

1. What advantages does a wireless network provide Denver B-cycle? 
 1 A wireless network, gives Denver B-cycle advantages when it comes to rent and use the bikes. It is a convenient way of having to do all the transactions and renting of the bikes wireless, because it makes the process fast and very easy to use and it doesn’t require much. The methods Denver B-cycle uses through a wireless network are very practical for the users. Making it easy…

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Walking to Improve Your Health

Hi, my name is Peter Dong. Today, I would like to share guys about using mobile phones while driving. I think we all have a cell phone. Before I get started, I would like to ask you guys this question, how many of you use mobile phone while driving? Not long ago, my friend, who lives in CA, had a fatal accident caused by phone while driving. So, I decided to share about you, what are the use of mobile…

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The Bluetooth Sig and Specifications

If the success of Bluetooth is measured by its initial interest alone then its prominence has already been assured. Before products were on sale, hundreds of companies joined the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) and the Bluetooth brand became recognized worldwide. Before investigating the technology further it is appropriate to comment about the role played by the SIG, the administrative structure of which is outlined in Figure 3. With membership of the SIG nearing 2500 members it is only right…

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Mobile Phones Should Be Banned While Driving

The risk of getting into a car accident while talking on a mobile phone while driving is growing as the number of mobile phone subscribers increases. Engaging in a phone conversation on a mobile phone while driving distracts the brain and delays reaction times which are more likely to cause drivers to swerve between lanes, slow down and miss important signs. Mobile phones should be banned while driving because they are risky. An Australian study conducted in 2005, estimated that…

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Current and Future Market Trends

When thinking of wireless phone or internet service, the first company that probably comes to mind is Verizon Wireless. Verizon officially became a force to be reckoned with in the wireless market in 2000 when Verizon communications and Vodafone merged. Verizon states, “Verizon Communications Inc., headquartered in New York, is a global leader in delivering broadband and other wireless and wire line communications services to mass market, business, government and wholesale customers.” Since entering the market in 2000, Verizon has…

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Cell Phones Are Dangerous

Cell Phones are dangerous Cell phones have consistently evolved both in function and design ever since Dr.Martin Cooper first invented the wireless handset in 1973. In those days, cell phones were merely used to make calls and store numbers. Contemporarily, the cell phone has evolved into a multifunction device with heterogeneous functions added including video camera, text messenger and so forth. As a result, this has changed in the way people use the cell phone. Despite all the obvious benefits…

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Connections – How Are They Made_

As applications need to connect to one another it is probably appropriate to introduce how devices connect to each other. Unlike the wired technology it is designed to replace, a Bluetooth device does not have to be aware of the devices and capabilities they are attaching to. There is a built in mechanism to inquire for devices, connect to them and once connected discover the services they possess in their database. In its simplest form the devices needing to connect…

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