Bluetooth is a lower bandwidth, shorter ranger version of 802.11b. However because of these trade offs it is is very low power solution which can be embedded in hardware devices. This means that finally your palm pilot can talk to your cellphone which can talk wirelessly (using the radio waves) to a computer, digital camera, another cellphone or other devices. As best as I can tell it is what IrDA should have been all along.

GPRS and UMTS phones generally includes a bluetooth port.

-- AdamShand

Say, I just noticed that NigelBallard of Celeric joined the mailing list. Nigel is a Bluetooth Guru! Hi Nigel! Feel free to write your comments on this page using the nifty WikiWiki editor. This is my first real experience with Wiki. Still learning to edit.

I'm still a network dummy but I'm having fun. When do we drink beer again?

My Community LAN Revolution web site has 12 pages and over 1000 related links.

-- SamChurchill


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