Bluetooth Profiles

Bluetooth Profiles

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This book is aimed at the Bluetooth community that is currently developing applications on top of the Bluetooth Core. Gratton details the usage scenarios for Bluetooth, known as Profiles, essentially defining the end-user applications and their interoperability requirements. The whole Bluetooth community strives to build applications based upon the new wireless technology that is Bluetooth: Bluetooth Profiles will show them how. Bluetooth is set to become a revolutionary communications technology that will affect the lives of us all in some shape or form. It will simplify the operation and installation of new and existing products and, despite numerous vendors providing a vast range of exciting products, its functionality will exist almost invisibly and seamlessly. This book does not aim to provide you with a history of Bluetooth nor does it explain why it was created; instead, it embodies the firm belief that it is already here.show more

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  • Hardback | 592 pages
  • 185.42 x 238.76 x 30.48mm | 997.9g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • New.
  • 0130092215
  • 9780130092212

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Build reliable, interoperable Bluetooth products--right now! Practical guidance for building reliable, interoperable Bluetooth productsCovers usage models, profile principles, user expectations and dependenciesDetails every foundation profile and key application, from cordless telephony to file transferIntroduces emerging profiles for personal area networking, imaging, printing and automotive applicationsShows how to build your own new profiles Bluetooth Profiles are the key to delivering interoperable products that work reliably, "right out of the box." Now, leading Bluetooth expert Dean Anthony Gratton brings the Bluetooth Profiles to life, showing you exactly how to use them to build winning user-centered products. Gratton takes you "under the hood" of every significant Bluetooth Profile, from Bluetooth's essential Foundation Profiles to powerful emerging profiles for personal area networking, automotive applications and imaging. Drawing on his extensive experience with Bluetooth development, Gratton also offers practical guidance for creating innovative new profiles of your own. Accessible, authoritative coverage of usage models, profile principles, user expectations and dependenciesPresents practical introductions to GAP, SDAP, OBEX and SPP--the Foundation Profiles that underlie most of Bluetooth's application developmentCovers all core Bluetooth application profiles: cordless telephony, intercom, headset, dial-up networking, fax, LAN access, object push, file transfer and synchronisationPreviews new profiles for imaging, printing, extended services discovery, hands-free and much moreContains a concise "macro-level" review of current Bluetooth protocol stacks and development kitsIncludes a detailed Bluetooth glossary and reference sectionshow more

About Dean A. Gratton

DEAN ANTHONY GRATTON has witnessed the evolution of Bluetooth firsthand as a consultant for organizations such as TDK Systems Europe, Alcatel Microelectronics, Plantronics, and 3Com Europe, and as an active participant in the Bluetooth standards process. He edited the Bluetooth LAN Access Profile, served on the Personal Area Networking Working Group and contributed to the latest Specification of the Bluetooth System: Profiles v1.1. His work on defining new aspects of Bluetooth technology has recently been patented.show more

Table of contents

Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. I. BUILDING ON SOLID FOUNDATIONS. 1. My Bluetooth Application. Introduction. What are Bluetooth Profiles? Developing Bluetooth Applications. Understanding the Bluetooth Protocol Stack. Interoperability. Qualification. Summary. II. THE PROFILES IN DEPTH. 2. The Generic Access Profile. Introduction. Defining Profile Requirements. Profile Principles. User Expectations. Modes. Establishment Procedures. Summary. 3. The Service Discovery Application Profile. Introduction. Profile Principles. Lifting The Lid. Summary. 4. The Cordless Telephony Profile. Introduction. Usage Models. Profile Principles. User Expectations. Lifting The Lid. Summary. 5. The Intercom Profile. Introduction. Usage Models. Profile Principles. User Expectations. Lifting The Lid. Summary. 6. The Serial Port Profile. Introduction. Usage Models. Profile Principles. User Expectations. Lifting The Lid. Summary. 7. The Headset Profile. Introduction. Usage Models. Profile Principles. User Expectations. Lifting The Lid. Summary. 8. The Dial-up Networking Profile. Introduction. Usage Models. Profile Principles. User Expectations. Lifting The Lid. Summary. 9. The Fax Profile. Introduction. Usage Models. Profile Principles. User Expectations. Lifting The Lid. Summary. 10. The LAN Access Profile. Introduction. Usage Models. Profile Principles. User Expectations. Lifting The Lid. Summary. 11. The Generic Object Exchange Profile. Introduction. Profile Principles. Lifting The Lid. Summary. 12. The Object Push Profile. Introduction. Usage Models. Profile Principles. User Expectations. Lifting The Lid. Summary. 13. The File Transfer Profile. Introduction. Usage Models. Profile Principles. User Expectations. Lifting The Lid. Summary. 14. The Synchronisation Profile. Introduction. Usage Models. Profile Principles. User Expectations. Lifting The Lid. Summary. III. THE NEW PROFILES. 15. Defining New Profiles. Introduction. Identifying New Profiles. Profiles And New Protocols Under Development. 16. The PAN Profile: An Overview. Introduction. Usage Models. Profile Principles. User Expectations. Summary. 17. The Car Profiles: An Overview. Introduction. Usage Models. The Hands-Free Profile Basics. The Phone Access Profile Basics. The SIM Access Profile Basics. Summary. 18. The ESDP: An Overview. Introduction. Profile Principles. User Expectations. Summary. 19. The Basic Printing and Basic Imaging Profiles: An Overview. Introduction. The Basic Printing Profile. The Basic Imaging Profile. Summary. Appendix A. Link Manager Protocol Reasons. Appendix B. Host Controller Interface Reasons. Glossary. References. About the Author. Index.show more

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