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Bluetooth Demystified : McGraw-Hill Telecom - Nathan J. Muller

Bluetooth Demystified

McGraw-Hill Telecom

Paperback Published: 8th September 2000
ISBN: 9780071363235
Number Of Pages: 416

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*An invaluable confusion-lifting tutorial on Bluetooth, the personal area wireless networking standard that enables seamless communication of voice, e-mail, internet access, etc., between mobile phone, desktop PCs, and PDAs. *Details the pros and cons of the Bluetooth approach, taking readers through what kinds of services are ideally suited to Bluetooth.*A must for telecom engineers, managers, technicians, ISPs, and employees of the 1000+ Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) companies, this guide also features sweeping coverage of applications and forthcoming products.

Prefacep. xv
The Case for Bluetoothp. 1
What About Infrared?p. 2
Infrared and Bluetooth?p. 3
Speed Differentialp. 4
Wireless to Wirelinep. 4
Dialup to the Internetp. 5
How About Wireless Lans?p. 6
HomeRF Networksp. 8
Bluetooth Advantagep. 13
Origin of Bluetoothp. 14
What's With the Name?p. 15
Bluetooth Technologyp. 16
Types of Linksp. 17
Ad Hoc Networkingp. 17
Voice over Bluetoothp. 18
Video over Bluetoothp. 19
Radio Linkp. 21
Interferencep. 21
Safetyp. 22
Personal Area Networksp. 22
Bluetooth Topologyp. 23
Securityp. 25
What Can You Do With Bluetooth?p. 26
Presentationsp. 26
Card Scanningp. 27
Collaborationp. 27
Synchronizing Datap. 27
Remote Synchronizationp. 28
Printingp. 28
In-Car Systemsp. 29
Communicator Platformsp. 29
Electronic Booksp. 30
Travelp. 31
Home Entertainmentp. 32
Payment Systemsp. 32
Scannersp. 33
Behavior Enforcementp. 34
Mobile E-commercep. 34
Java and Bluetoothp. 37
Jini and Bluetoothp. 38
Other Connectivity Solutionsp. 40
JetSendp. 40
HAVip. 41
Global 3G Wireless Frameworkp. 42
Problems with Bluetoothp. 44
Bluetooth Qualification Programp. 45
Market for Bluetoothp. 45
Summaryp. 46
Basic Conceptsp. 49
Serial versus Parallelp. 50
Serial Transmissionp. 51
Parallel Transmissionp. 51
Asynchronous versus Synchronousp. 53
Asynchronousp. 54
Synchronousp. 57
Spread Spectrump. 60
Spreadingp. 62
Direct Sequencep. 64
Frequency Hoppingp. 65
Circuit and Packet Switchingp. 66
Time Division Duplexingp. 68
Physical Linksp. 74
SCO Linksp. 74
ACL Linksp. 75
Peeking into Packetsp. 75
Bluetooth Packetsp. 77
Access Codep. 77
Headerp. 79
Payloadp. 81
Logical Channelsp. 82
Client-Server Architecturep. 83
Architectural Modelp. 83
Service Discoveryp. 86
Summaryp. 88
Bluetooth Protocol Architecturep. 89
What Are Protocols?p. 90
Open Systems Interconnectionp. 91
Application Layerp. 92
Presentation Layerp. 94
Session Layerp. 95
Transport Layerp. 96
Network Layerp. 97
Data-Link Layerp. 98
Physical Layerp. 99
Bluetooth Protocol Stackp. 101
Bluetooth Core Protocolsp. 103
Basebandp. 104
Link Manager Protocol (LMP)p. 104
Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocolp. 105
Service Discovery Protocol (SDP)p. 105
Cable Replacement Protocolsp. 105
RFCOMMp. 105
Telephony Control Protocolsp. 107
Adopted Protocolsp. 107
PPPp. 107
TCP/UDP/IPp. 108
OBEX Protocolp. 110
Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)p. 111
WAP Applications Environment (WAE)p. 113
Content Formatsp. 116
Usage Models and Profilesp. 118
Summaryp. 120
Link Managementp. 121
Types of PDUsp. 123
General Response Messagesp. 127
Authenticationp. 127
Pairingp. 128
Changing the Link Keyp. 129
Changing the Current Link Keyp. 130
Changing a Temporary Link Keyp. 130
Encryptionp. 131
Clock Offset Requestp. 133
Slot Offset Informationp. 133
Timing Accuracy Information Requestp. 134
LMP Versionp. 134
Supported Featuresp. 136
Switching of Master-Slave Rolep. 136
Name Requestp. 137
Detachp. 137
Hold Modep. 137
Sniff Modep. 138
Park Modep. 139
Power Controlp. 140
Channel Quality-Driven Change of Data Ratep. 141
Quality of Service (QoS)p. 142
SCO Linksp. 143
Control of Multi-Slot Packetsp. 144
Paging Schemep. 145
Link Supervisionp. 146
Connection Establishmentp. 146
Test Modesp. 147
Error Handlingp. 147
Summaryp. 148
Logical Link Controlp. 149
L2CAP Functionsp. 151
Basic Operationp. 152
Channel Identifiersp. 153
Segmentation and Reassemblyp. 154
State Machinep. 155
Eventsp. 157
Actionsp. 161
Channel Operational Statesp. 163
Mapping Events to Actionsp. 164
Data Packet Formatp. 168
Connection-Oriented Channelp. 168
Connectionless Data Channelp. 169
Signalingp. 170
Packet Structurep. 170
Signaling Commandsp. 171
Configuration Parameter Optionsp. 173
Packet Structurep. 173
Optionsp. 174
Configuration Processp. 175
Service Primitivesp. 176
Event Indicationp. 176
Connectp. 176
Connect Responsep. 177
Configurep. 177
Configuration Responsep. 177
Disconnectp. 177
Writep. 177
Readp. 178
Group Createp. 178
Group Closep. 178
Group Add Memberp. 178
Group Remove Memberp. 178
Get Group Membershipp. 179
Pingp. 179
Get Infop. 179
Disable Connectionless Trafficp. 179
Enable Connectionless Trafficp. 179
Summaryp. 179
Bluetooth General Profilesp. 181
Generic Access Profilep. 182
Common Parametersp. 184
Idle Mode Proceduresp. 186
Bondingp. 187
Establishment Proceduresp. 188
Serial Port Profilep. 190
Application-Level Proceduresp. 191
Power Mode and Link Loss Handlingp. 193
RS-232 Control Signalsp. 193
L2CAP Interoperability Requirementsp. 194
SDP Interoperability Requirementsp. 195
Link Manager Interoperability Requirementsp. 195
Service Discovery Application Profilep. 196
Client and Server Rolesp. 197
Pairingp. 199
Service Discovery Applicationp. 200
Message Sequencep. 202
Service Discoveryp. 202
Signalingp. 203
Configuration Optionsp. 204
SDP Transactions and L2CAP Connectionsp. 204
Link Managerp. 206
Link Controlp. 208
Generic Object Exchange Profile (GOEP)p. 210
Profile Stackp. 211
Server and Clientp. 211
Profile Basicsp. 212
Featuresp. 213
OBEX Operationsp. 213
Summaryp. 214
Bluetooth Profiles for Usage Modelsp. 217
Intercom Profilep. 218
Call Proceduresp. 221
Message Summaryp. 223
Call Failurep. 223
Cordless Telephony Profilep. 225
Device Rolesp. 226
Typical Call Scenariosp. 227
Featuresp. 229
Terminal-to-Gateway Connectionp. 230
Terminal-to-Terminal Connectionp. 231
Call Controlp. 232
Group Managementp. 234
Periodic Key Updatep. 235
Inter-Piconet Capabilityp. 236
Service Discovery Proceduresp. 236
LMP Proceduresp. 237
Link Control Featuresp. 238
GAP Compliancep. 239
Headset Profilep. 241
Profile Restrictionsp. 243
Basic Operationp. 243
Featuresp. 244
Link Control Featuresp. 246
GAP Compliancep. 247
Dialup Networking Profilep. 248
Profile Restrictionsp. 250
Basic Operationp. 250
Servicesp. 251
Gateway Commandsp. 251
Audio Feedbackp. 253
Service Discovery Proceduresp. 254
Link Control Featuresp. 254
GAP Compliancep. 254
Fax Profilep. 256
Profile Restrictionsp. 257
Basic Operationp. 258
Servicesp. 259
Gateway Commandsp. 259
Audio Feedbackp. 260
Service Discovery Proceduresp. 260
Link Control Featuresp. 260
GAP Compliancep. 260
LAN Access Profilep. 261
Profile Restrictionsp. 263
Basic Operationp. 264
Securityp. 265
GAP Compliancep. 265
Service Discovery Proceduresp. 266
Link Controlp. 267
Management Entity Proceduresp. 267
File Transfer Profilep. 268
Basic Operationp. 270
Functionsp. 270
Featuresp. 271
OBEX Operationsp. 272
Service Discovery Proceduresp. 273
Object Push Profilep. 273
Functionsp. 275
Basic Operationp. 276
Featuresp. 277
Content Formatsp. 277
OBEX Operationsp. 278
Service Discovery Proceduresp. 278
Synchronization Profilep. 279
Basic Operationp. 281
Featuresp. 283
OBEX Operationsp. 284
Service Discovery Proceduresp. 284
Summaryp. 286
Bluetooth Securityp. 289
Security Modesp. 290
Link-level Securityp. 291
A Matter of Trustp. 292
Flexible Accessp. 293
Implementationp. 293
Architecture Overviewp. 294
Security Level of Servicesp. 296
Connection Setupp. 296
Authentication on Baseband Link Setupp. 297
Protocol Stack Handlingp. 298
Registration Proceduresp. 299
External Key Managementp. 301
Access Control Proceduresp. 301
Connectionless L2CAPp. 301
Security Managerp. 301
Interface to L2CAPp. 305
Interface to Other Multiplexing Protocolsp. 306
Interface to ESCEp. 306
Registration Proceduresp. 306
Interface to HCI/Link Managerp. 307
Summaryp. 308
Bluetooth in the Global Scheme of 3G Wirelessp. 309
The IMT-2000 Visionp. 311
Spanning the Generationsp. 311
Current 2G Networksp. 314
Time Division Multiple Accessp. 314
Code Division Multiple Accessp. 316
CDMA versus TDMAp. 317
GSMp. 318
Global 3G Initiativep. 326
Standards Developmentp. 326
Goals of IMT-2000p. 328
Universal Mobile Telecommunications Systemp. 329
U.S. Participation in 3Gp. 334
CDMA Proposalsp. 334
TDMA Proposalp. 338
Role of Bluetoothp. 339
Summaryp. 341
Appendix Ap. 343
Contributors to the Bluetooth Specificationp. 343
Appendix Bp. 347
Terms and Definitionsp. 347
Appendix Cp. 371
Acronymsp. 371
Indexp. 381
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ISBN: 9780071363235
ISBN-10: 0071363238
Series: McGraw-Hill Telecom
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 416
Published: 8th September 2000
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 19.0  x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.71