Wide-eyed and wireless

Hibbert, Lee
June 2000
Professional Engineering;06/07/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p27
Trade Publication
Discusses the potential impact of Bluetooth, the wireless voice and data technology that will connect mobile electronic devices, on the consumer markets once its applications are fully developed. Explanation of how Bluetooth works; Number of firms involved in the Bluetooth special interest group; Ericsson cellular phone headset. INSET: Bluetooth must prepare to handle its popularity..


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