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DEFINITION: Bluetooth is a telecommunications industry specification that describes how mobile phones, computers, and personal digital assistants (PDAs) can be easily interconnected using a short-range wireless connection. Using this technology, users of cellular phones, pagers, and personal digital assistants can buy a three-in-one phone that can double as a portable phone at home or in the office, get quickly  … 
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The Windows Mobile Netbook for the Enterprise with Low TCO
sponsored by Celio Corp / REDFLY Mobile Companion
WHITE PAPER: The Windows Mobile smartphone is easily deployed with a wide array of productivity tools allowing the mobile user to quickly respond to customer requests, stay up-to-date on the latest company information or access remote desktops.
Posted: 30 Oct 2008 | Published: 29 Aug 2008

Celio Corp / REDFLY Mobile Companion

Using UML and SDL for Next Generation Networking (NGN)
sponsored by Telelogic, An IBM Company
WHITE PAPER: UML and SDL are the design languages for third generation systems. This whitepaper discusses using an integrated UML and SDL approach, and using a design example that utilizes Telelogic solutions for Model Driven Development (MDD).
Posted: 30 Jul 2008 | Published: 01 Jun 2008

Telelogic, An IBM Company

Security for BlackBerry Devices with Bluetooth Wireless Technology
sponsored by BlackBerry
WHITE PAPER: This document provides information about the Bluetooth® wireless technology and its uses with BlackBerry Device Software and the potential vulnerabilities in Bluetooth wireless technology.
Posted: 11 Aug 2006 | Published: 01 Aug 2006

BlackBerry
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BLUETOOTH DEFINITION (continued): …  synchronized with information in a desktop or notebook computer, initiate the sending or receiving of a fax, initiate a print-out, and, in general, have all mobile and fixed computer devices be totally coordinated. Bluetooth requires that a low-cost transceiver chip be included in each device. The tranceiver transmits and receives in a previously unused frequency band of 2.45 GHz that is available globally (with some variation of bandwidth in different countries). In addition to data, up to three voice channels are available. Each device has a unique 48-bit address from the IEEE 802 standard. … 
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