TITLE

Bluetooth fights back in the industrial and scientific market

AUTHOR(S)
Walsh, Eamonn
PUB. DATE
February 2004
SOURCE
Electronics Weekly;2/11/2004, Issue 2133, p14
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Up until mid 2003, a Bluetooth skeptic could have characterized the semiconductor industry as one with a few players selling large volumes at little profit, equipment suppliers not selling enough to cover accreditation or marketing costs, and consumers who have tried Bluetooth but struggled with a poor user interface. Arguably this was never true, and in 2004 it certainly isn't. Three types of industrial, scientific and medical application can be defined as cable impossible, cable averse or cable inconvenient. A cable impossible application could be thought of as one where the use of a cable would be inconceivable, such as access to a device which may be floating in water or in mid-air.
ACCESSION #
12560461

 

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