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Bluetooth

A royalty-free technology that is a de facto standard in wireless telecom, which allows a wide range of appliances to eliminate cables and replace them with wireless low-frequency radio connections.
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1 Bluetooth profiles are standardized according to the purpose of the Bluetooth device.
Bluetooth profiles: Object Push profile (OPP) 1.1, Hands-free profile (HFP) 1.5, Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) 1.2, Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) 1.4, Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP) 1.1
Open Mobile Terminal Platform (OMTP), a mobile operator sponsored forum, has released a set of requirements which provide direction on the support of a consistent set of Bluetooth profiles for mobile devices and accessories.
An adapter not only manages the Bluetooth profiles and protocols, but it also emulates a wired connection to the host equipment.
Bluetooth profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, HFP (Handsfree Profile)
In addition, the CSR silicon supports most Bluetooth profiles needed for a car application, including the Bluetooth Audiovisual Remote Control Profile (AVRCP), which allows Toyota to include remote control functionality in future generations of G-BOOK.
It said the embedded system handles up to four handsets and two public network lines and has to support multiples of CTP, HSP, GAP and SDP Bluetooth Profiles. In addition it said BlueCore manages the rest of the embedded system and its user interface, including a peripheral that handles required public functions such as dial tone, and tone and caller ID detection.