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Painting your home blue [BluetoothTM wireless technology]

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When looking to network devices in the home, one should look at the BluetoothTM wireless technology. The BluetoothTM wireless technology was designed to be a cable replacement, but is being pushed to be much more. The Bluetooth TM wireless technology consists of two base documents and numerous others, including at least one on testing. The primary is the core specification. The secondary is the profile specification. The core specification can be broken down into three major parts. The first is the part that contains the lower layer protocols. These lower layer protocols provide the wireless interface, the data link functions, and networking. The higher layer protocols provide the application specific items. The host controller interface (HCI) provides a defined interface for linking these other two major parts. This paper concentrates on the lower layer protocols and the HCI

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Networked Appliances, 2002. Gaithersburg. Proceedings. 2002 IEEE 4th International Workshop on

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