Bluetooth 1.1: Connect Without Cables, 2/e
Jennifer Bray, Charles F. Sturman
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The Bluetooth specification has just been updated to reflect dramatic improvements in both reliability and interoperability. Bluetooth 1.1: Connect Without Cables, Second Edition updates the industry's leading Bluetooth guide to cover these critical new enhancements -- and to offer detailed guidance on every aspect of Bluetooth 1.1 development.KEY TOPICS:Jennifer Bray and Charles Sturman place Bluetooth 1.1 in context, covering markets, applications, complementary technologies, and key development issues; and explaining the goals of the new release. They review the components of a Bluetooth system, explain how Bluetooth connections work, show how Bluetooth supports voice and data; and introduce key concepts such as piconets and scatternets. Next, they cover the Bluetooth protocol stack in depth, focusing on major Bluetooth 1.1 enhancements. These include: new approaches for conserving power without sacrificing reliability; important interoperability enhancements in the widely-used Master/Slave switch; changes to Bluetooth encryption and authentication; interoperability between version 1.0b and 1.1; and new Bluetooth profiles -- especially, the new Personal Area Networking Profile. The book offers in-depth coverage of complementary technologies, including OBEX, WAP, GSM TS07.10, Q.931, and UUIDs; as well as detailed comparisons with competing technologies such as DECT, IrDA, Home RF, HiperLAN, and 802.11.MARKET:For every wireless communications engineer, software developer, business decision-maker and marketer working with -- or considering -- Bluetooth. An essential update for the 20,000 buyers of this book's best-selling First Edition.
Table of Contents
Foreword to the Second Edition.
Foreword to the First Edition.
Preface to the Second Edition.
Preface to the First Edition.
PROTOCOL STACK PART 1—THE BLUETOOTH MODULE.
5. The Link Controller.
7. The Link Manager.
8. The Host Controller Interface.
PROTOCOL STACK PART 2—THE BLUETOOTH HOST.
9. Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol.
11. The Service Discovery Protocol.
12. The Wireless Application Protocol.
13. OBEX and IrDA.
14. Telephony Control Protocol.
PROTOCOL STACK PART 3—CROSS LAYER FUNCTIONS.
15. Encryption and Security.
16. Low-Power Operation.
17. Quality of Service.
18. Managing Bluetooth Devices.
APPLICATIONS—THE BLUETOOTH PROFILES.
19. Foundation Profiles.
20. Draft Post ? Foundation Profiles.
21. Personal Area Networking.
22. ESDP for UPnP.
TEST AND QUALIFICATION.
23. Test Mode.
24. Qualification and Type Approval.
BLUETOOTH IN CONTEXT.
26. Related Standards and Technologies.
27. The Bluetooth Market.
28. Future Developments.
APPENDIX?BLUETOOTH 1.1 UPDATES.