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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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Founded in 1997, the company was the first to deliver a fully qualified, single-chip radio modem for Bluetooth communications and first to achieve Bluetooth Specification Version 1.1 qualification for its products.
It is Bluetooth Specification Version 1.1 qualified and features a module from Sony EMCS, which incorporates the Silicon Wave SiW1701 Radio Modem.
CSR plc (LSE: CSR.L), a provider of personal wireless technology products, announced on Wednesday (1 August) it has qualified its Bluetooth firmware to v2.1 of the Bluetooth specification.
The BlueLink 5.0 solution qualified for Bluetooth specification v2.0 + EDR and is now sampling.
"The qualification of 'MicroStack Profiles' as defined by the Bluetooth specification 1.1 is an assurance to OEM's and ODM's of the quality of products offered from KC Technology.
It also features on-board flash memory, making it user upgradeable to the latest version of the Bluetooth specification, according to Brain Boxes.
MEASURE KEY BLUETOOTH RF PARAMETERS in accordance with the Bluetooth specification with the E1852B Bluetooth test set.
The single-sideband phase noise has a 10 to 15 dB margin to the Bluetooth specification. The primary simulation methods used in the transceiver IC are shown for each of the main functional blocks.
As an active member of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group, Ensure plans to support the global specification for short-range wireless connection to all devices--including phones and appliances--that use the Bluetooth specification in the future.
The Bluetooth specification, that enables cell phones, PDAs and PCs to exchange files in a wireless environment, is still a long way off becoming a reality following an announcement from Intel Corp that it has only just signed up its first software licensee for the chip, a year after its announcement.
Broadcom's AMP implementation is based on the current draft of the next Bluetooth specification (code named "Seattle") and the company expects its implementation will be compliant with the final specification when it achieves ratification - which is expected to occur in mid-2009.