Bluetooth

  1. Why is Bluetooth called a cable replacement technology? - Bluetooth technology allows the creation of Personal Area Networks without cables or wires that are usual in home networks.
  2. Give a generic description of Bluetooth? - Bluetooth is a low-cost, short-range (RF) links between mobile PCs, mobile phones and other portable devices. Bluetooth can transmit through solid, non-metal objects.
  3. Why can Bluetooth equipment integrate easily in TCP/IP network? - Because Bluetooth uses wireless LAN standards IEEE for data transmission.
  4. Is it possible to connect multiple Bluetooth hubs? - No, only one hub can be used at a time with a computer. USB or Serial devices can be added. 
  5. What is FCC and how does it relate to Bluetooth? - FCC is Federal Communication Commission, which issues licenses to the stations for specific frequencies. It also decides who is able to use which frequency for what purpose. Since Bluetooth is using unlicensed spectrum, FCC has no direct involvement with Bluetooth
  6. Under what frequency range does Bluetooth work? - 2.45 GHz is the frequency range.
  7. Do Bluetooth devices need line of sight to connect to one another? - No.
  8. Which technology is used in Bluetooth for avoiding interference? - Frequency hopping is the technology used in Bluetooth.
  9. Bluetooth signals do not interfere with our PCs or cordless phones or portables. Why? - Bluetooth uses low-power signals, it plays around in 2.45 GHz range, while most of consumer devices would be using 900 MHz.
  10. What is Airport? - Airport is a wireless communications system, like Bluetooth. It is based on the IEEE 802.11 recommendation. It also uses 2.4 GHz frequency band, but its range is about 45 meters and it boasts a transmission speed of 11 Mbit/second. It is developed by Lucent Technologies.
  11. What is Piconet? - A collection of devices connected through Bluetooth technology in an ad hoc fashion.
  12. What are the three main types of connection used by Bluetooth? - Single slave, Master slave, Scatternet .
  13. What is FEC in Bluetooth? - Forward Error Correction is a method by which Bluetooth increases its noise immunity. FEC is a method that enables a receiver to not only detect, but also correct errors in a transmission.
  14. Which method is primarily used for Voice transfer? - Synchronous Connection Oriented (SCO) is a method primarily used for Voice transfer.
  15. What is the frequency range used for Bluetooth in Europe and United States? - 2402 MHz to 2480 MHz are the frequency ranges used in USA and Europe.
  16. List some Technology characteristic of Bluetooth? - Omni directional, Adaptive output power to minimize interference, Support Synchronous & asynchronous services, Fast Frequency Hopping to avoid interference, Short data packets to maximize capacity during interface.
  17. Which company originally conceived and developed Bluetooth? - Ericsson.
  18. How does Bluetooth use frequency hopping for security? - Bluetooth picks a random frequency out of 79 and then hops around the range about 1600 times per second.
  19. What is a Bluetooth dongle? - A device that hangs outside of a computer, or phone to provide Bluetooth connection.
  20. What are the other (competing or not) wireless technologies? - Wi-Fi, IrDa, EDGE, UWB (Ultra Wide Band)
  21. Which Bluetooth version uses adaptive frequency hopping? Why? - In Version 1.2 Adaptive frequency hopping method is used, which improves resistance to radio interference, and provides higher transmission speed.
  22. How many SCO links are there in a piconet? - In a piconet, there can be up to three SCO links of 64,000 bits per second each.
  23. what is the total number of masters and slaves in a piconet? - 1 Master and 7 Slaves.
  24. Which method is used for Data transfer? - Asynchronous Connectionless (ACL) is Data transfer method in Bluetooth
  25. What is the frequency range used for Bluetooth in Japan? - 2472 to 2497 MHz is the frequency range used for Bluetooth in Japan.
  26. What is the strength of the signal transmitted by powerful cell phones? - The powerful cell phones can transmit a signal of 3 watts.
 


Comments (5)

B. Kaushik
Said this on 1-4-2008 At 01:36 pm
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Said this on 3-5-2008 At 01:48 am
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