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Bluetooth Book

Introduction to Bluetooth Book

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Bluetooth Address
Every Bluetooth device has a unique 48-bit address - BD_ADDR (pronounced “B-D-Adder”). In addition to identifying each Bluetooth device, this address is used to determine the frequency hopping pattern that is used by the Bluetooth device.

This figure shows the structure of the Bluetooth device address (BD_ADDR). The diagram shows that the upper 24 bits are an organization unique identifier (OUI) and the lower 24 bits are the device specific identifier that is assigned by the manufacturer of the device.

 

UMTS LTE Book

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Introduction to Bluetooth Book

This book explains how Bluetooth devices can locate, authenticate, discover the capabilities, and setup connections with other Bluetooth devices. Radio packet structures, modulation types, and protocols are described and explained along with Bluetooth security pairing (authentication) and privacy (encryption) processes.

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