Wireless Bluetooth

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Wireless Bluetooth So far we’ve discussed WIFI wireless connection and standards, now we introduce you to Bluetooth technology. Where WIFI is for connecting to a network, Bluetooth is more of a “personal” networking area that is self-created where we link ourselves to our devices. Think using a Bluetooth listening device to create hands-free use of our cell phone while cooking or driving.  This is a personal network linking personal resources together that is unaffected and not connected to a public network. Bluetooth has its own standards and 3 class types.  As you complete this lesson, you’ll have learned what all 3 class types entail, what their ranges limitations are, how fast their transmission speeds are, why those variations exist and you’ll know the definition of a “milowatt (pronounced “mill-o-watt!
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