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by Charles F. Sturman,Jennifer Bray

  • Author: Charles F. Sturman,Jennifer Bray
  • ISBN: 0130898406
  • ISBN13: 978-0130898401
  • ePub: 1515 kb | FB2: 1839 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Engineering
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1st edition (December 15, 2000)
  • Pages: 495
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 492
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Bluetooth: Connect Without Cables ePub download

In Bluetooth: Connect Without Cables, two leading Bluetooth implementers explain the Bluetooth standard more clearly than it's ever been explained before.

In Bluetooth: Connect Without Cables, two leading Bluetooth implementers explain the Bluetooth standard more clearly than it's ever been explained before. Even better, they place Bluetooth in context, covering global markets, applications, complementary technologies, connection to WAP, even leading-edge development issues. including other technologies related to Bluetooth. The future of Bluetooth: Bluetooth ., Human Interface Devices, and more.

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-The complete Bluetooth tutorial and reference for every professional -Accessible, practical explanations of the entire Bluetooth standard -Bluetooth applications, components, security, and development issues -The future of Bluetooth: Bluetooth 2.0 and beyond

***Foreword by Joe Mendolia of CATC.

Introducing tomorrow's hottest wireless technology: Bluetooth!

Bluetooth wireless technology is on the verge of revolutionizing communications, enabling virtually any communications device to transmit voice or data securely, at high speed-without wires! Now there's a complete professional's guide to this remarkable technology. In Bluetooth: Connect Without Cables, two leading Bluetooth implementers explain the Bluetooth standard more clearly than it's ever been explained before. Even better, they place Bluetooth in context, covering global markets, applications, complementary technologies, connection to WAP, even leading-edge development issues. Coverage includes:

-Bluetooth: origins, goals, and key industry players -How Bluetooth voice and data connections work: service discovery, piconets, scatternets, and other key concepts -Key Bluetooth components: antennas, radios, host systems, profiles, and more -The Bluetooth protocol stack, in depth: module layers, host layers, and cross-layer functions -Securing Bluetooth communications -Bluetooth production testing, conformance, and qualification -The emerging market for Personal Area Networking devices, including other technologies related to Bluetooth. -The future of Bluetooth: Bluetooth 2.0, Human Interface Devices, and more

Whether you're a systems designer, developer, manager, marketer, or customer, Bluetooth: Connect Without Cables shows you exactly how to exploit Bluetooth for simple, seamless, intuitive wireless communications-starting now.

GODMAX
Connect Without Cables is the best of the current books for developers and implementers who are making their way through the complexities of the specification for Bluetooth wireless technology. The authors take the us through the multiple levels from RF through real world applications in a consistent and insightful fashion. Additional sections help the reader understand the context of the technology and hint at its exciting potential in the marketplace.
I found this book to be much less of a walk through the specification and more of a view through the eyes of one who has actually implemented Bluetooth and knows where the trouble spots are. The reader is given insights into some of the real thorny issues, and even given suggestions on how to address them.
Although the subject matter is at some times quite dense, the authors do an excellent job, consistently introducing the topics in an overview, and always following with a good summary of the salient points in each section. Readers in the USA should be prepared for an occasional non-American term, phrase, or spelling which may not be listed in the text's extensive and otherwise quite useful glossary, reminding us that Bluetooth wireless technology is truly of global interest and potential impact.
Carrot
This is a great book. I was surprised to find that Bluetooth The Pirate was not mentioned even once. This is a book about magical electrical currents that travel through the air and allow you to talk to people over long distances with something called a cell phone. I have given this book a prominent place on my bookshelf.
Nalmetus
I think this book is a guider for the readers who are searching for the general idea of the Bluetooth technology. The idea should answer these basic questions:
1) Bluetooth specification: the protocols and profiles. 2) Bluetooth security, test and qualification. 3) Bluetooth implementation: hardware, software and their partitioning. 4) Bluetooth role: comparison with other wireless technologies. 5) Bluetooth potentials: the future market and development.
I agree some reader's comments that this book provides a complete and easy to understand descriptions about Bluetooth specification. Besides, I especially like the part of Bluetooth implementation and design in this book. It is very informative for those who are planning to apply Bluetooth technology into their own current products. The authors have shared their expertise in development of both Bluetooth hardware and software, which we can see from many chapters in this book, for example, the device and security modules, the system partioning, etc. All these invaluable information and insightful ideas for a real Bluetooth exploitation are just the brightest selling points the authors have contributed to us.
anneli
'Bluetooth Connect without Cables' came about from a conversation in a Hotel bar following the completion of the first day of client training in our Bluetooth solution. We had spent a whole day talking and presenting and hadn't said a single word about our implementation yet! Why?, well Bluetooth was so new that nobody knew much about it, there were no text books, no courses, nothing but that thick specification document and a few white papers. So before we could begin to explain the fine details of what we'd done, we had to explain the Bluetooth specification.
After a couple of beers we had a contents page for a complete study of the Bluetooth specification covering all the additional areas that anyone implementing, selling or managing a Bluetooth product might want. We then just had to write it !
What we wound up with was the book that we had wanted to see when we first started working in Bluetooth space. Something that would give us an easy introduction, then go into enough detail that we knew how to really use Bluetooth. We put in summaries that can be read in isolation for those wanting to skip sections, and lots of diagrams and examples for those wanting to go into all the fine details.
The Bluetooth specification uses many other standards, but does not quote them, so somebody trying to get an all round understanding of Bluetooth also needs to look at: * GSM TS07.10 * OBEX * WAP * PPP * SAFER+ * Q.931 We had to hunt down diverse sources, then wade through irrelevant detail to pick out the few nuggets that are used in Bluetooth. What we really wanted was one source that just explained the relevant parts. It didn't exist, so we wrote it.
We also explain in detail other things that the Bluetooth specification either skips over or omits entirely, for example: * how to generate the UUIDs used to describe Bluetooth services * how the CVSD codec works * how to manage Bluetooth devices * a discussion of how to implement a Bluetooth system
In conferences, mailing lists, even general conversation with clients and competitors we found that people were asking questions about Bluetooth that went beyond the technical details. So we added chapters putting Bluetooth in context, covering the market for Bluetooth, other related wireless technologies, and the future of the specification.
"Bluetooth Connect without cables" is the only available source which brings together all this material in one place.
CONTENTS LIST 1 Overview Protocol Stack Part 1 - the Bluetooth Module 2 Antennas 3 Radio 4 Baseband 5 The Link Controller 6 Audio 7 The Link Manager 8 The Host Controller Interface Protocol Stack Part 3 - the Bluetooth Host 9 Logical Link Control and Adaptation 10 RFCOMM 11 The Service Discovery Protocol 12 The Wireless Access Protocol 13 OBEX and IrDA 14 Telephony Control Protocol 15 Applications: The Bluetooth Profiles Protocol Stack Part 3 - Cross layer functions 16 Encryption and Security 17 Low-Power Operation 18 Quality of Service 19 Managing Bluetooth Devices Test and Qualification 20 Test Mode 21 Qualification and Type Approval Bluetooth in Context 22 Implementation 23 Related Standards and Technologies 24 The Bluetooth Market 25 Future Developments Glossary
Wizer
FACTS: I counted about 1,9M characters in this book, about 1M in "BT demystified" and "BT Revealed". COMMENTS: the authors of this book have practiced BT. They tell you more than just what is in the standard: they explain what is missing or what is not clear in the standard. Chapters about security, qualification and implementation are really precious. They do not expose facts or figures, they explain why and how in simple words. CONCLUSION: We are not yet at the level of a "BT for dummies" because there's no sample application CD, but we are getting closer...
Kirinaya
Full of information that helps understanding and using Blue Tooth equipment.
Delivery was on time, thanks
Rarranere
A gentle, somewhat more readable and substantially more compact alternative to the official Bluetooth documentation. Technical accuracy and completeness are not sacrificed. Not an exciting cover-to-cover read by any means but still a useful volume for the corporate reference library if you're in that business.
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