Your Questions About Bluetooth Technology

Nancy asks…

Is there any possibility to manufacture the bluetooth technology televisions.no distrubance for others.?

Iff the blouetooth television was founded,we can enjoy the shows with out distrubing our kids,who are studing in the next room.

dknol answers:

Good Suggestion….

Contact the manufacturers about it….

Sandy asks…

how to pair the iLuv I-212 Stereo Ear Clips with Bluetooth Wireless Technology with my laptop?

It says in the manual to see computer guide, and the computer just says to turn both on and leave the device near the computer…but that doesn't work.

dknol answers:

If you have turned on your laptop bluetooth, there should be a control panel, again if the computer came with Bluetooth you should be able to find the software on the computer’s website. The bluetooth pairing instruction, you can refer:http://bluetooth-pairing.com/category/a-bluetooth-tips/

Mandy asks…

What does bluetooth technology mean? How to choose a bluetooth?

dknol answers:

Bluetooth technology is a wireless protocol that connects electronic devices while they are close to each another.
When used in tandem with a Bluetooth-enabled cell phone and successfully paired, you can leave your cell phone in your pocket and perform most of your mobile phone’s functions using your in-ear Bluetooth headset.
In addition to being paired with cell phones, short-range Bluetooth technology is also compatible with personal computers, laptops, printers, GPS receivers, digital cameras, telephones, video game consoles and more for various practical functions.
If you're interested in a Bluetooth speakerphone, you don't have to worry about finding a comfortably fit. But you do have to worry about finding one that fits your environment. You can find speakerphones designed to work on a desk, which are a great fit for people who commonly use their cell phone at home or in an office. You also can find Bluetooth speakerphones for your car. These typically fit on your visor or dashboard and allow you to make hands-free calls while driving.

Chris asks…

What does bluetooth wireless technology mean?

I just bought a new cellphone and it has it on there

dknol answers:

Bluetooth wireless technology is a short-range communications technology intended to replace the cables connecting portable and/or fixed devices while maintaining high levels of security. The key features of Bluetooth technology are robustness, low power, and low cost. The Bluetooth specification defines a uniform structure for a wide range of devices to connect and communicate with each other.

It creates a radio link between hardware devices. For example a laptop can communicate with a headset or other peripheral device.

How Bluetooth Technology Works-
The Bluetooth core system consists of an RF transceiver, baseband, and protocol stack. The system offers services that enable the connection of devices and the exchange of a variety of data classes between these devices.

Uses-
-Keep contacts, calendars, and information in sync on your computer, phone, and PDA
-Send files from a computer to a printer wirelessly
-Keep your desktop wire-free by connecting your computer to both a mouse and keyboard
-Keep conference calls hands-free with a speakerphone to mobile phone connection
-Let Bluetooth technology enable your relaxation and fun by facilitating the following connections:

-Print pictures by sending pictures from a camera phone to a printer
-Listen to music on wireless stereo headphones streaming music from home stereo or similar audio devices
-View digital pictures on your television by sending images from laptops or mobile phones over a Bluetooth connection to a media viewer
-Fill your living room with music with a wireless stereo system in which the base station streams audio to the wireless speakers over a Bluetooth connection
-Move freely about your home as Bluetooth technology keeps you connected:

-Talk hands-free on your phone as you go about your daily activities using wireless headset connected to a mobile phone or to a landline phone
-Keep your monthly wireless bill low by using a mobile phone that connects to your landline CTP phone while you are at home
-Whether working in an unconnected room or trying to create an interactive brainstorming session, Bluetooth wireless technology can facilitate your meetings, increasing efficiency and encouraging creative collaboration. Products on the market today allow files to be transferred over Bluetooth connections from one device to others. Products like the eBeam Projection allow white board brainstorming sessions to be saved to a computer wirelessly, while other devices allow multiple participants to contribute.

-Get rid of the wired clutter on desktops and aim for wireless efficiency. Bluetooth enabled wireless keyboards, mice, and presenters simplify the workspace. Wireless syncing of PDAs or mobile phones and computers keep users’ contact lists and calendars up to date, on time, and organized.

-Need a fast, efficient, and secure way to make the sale? Increasingly, mobile point of sale devices are Bluetooth enabled, allowing sales people to process a sale on the road, using a mobile phone to connect to transfer the information over GPRS, EDGE, or UMTS mobile networks. Connect a mobile printer to a laptop using Bluetooth technology and print off a receipt for a customer on the spot. Whether at the office, at a table, or on the road, your workers can reduce the paperwork, eliminate the wait, and make the transaction seamless for the customer.

-Improve logistics efficiency. By using Bluetooth technology for connections, shipping giants UPS and FedEx have decreased the wires that need replacement and increased the efficiency of their workers.

-Talk hands-free on a mobile phone while driving a car. Among the options, a Bluetooth mobile phone can connect to several car models available today and more in the future. If a new car is not an option, retrofit an older car with an aftermarket Bluetooth car kit. Finally, the simple solution for hands-free conversations wherever is a wireless headset and mobile phone combination.

-Talk hands-free on a mobile phone while driving a motorcycle. Pair a Bluetooth mobile phone to the audio system in a Bluetooth enabled motorcycle or to a Bluetooth enabled motorcycle helmet.

-Have a data plan on a mobile phone but really need Internet connection on a computer? Become a mobile hotspot wherever and whenever. Stop searching for those hard to find, expensive Wi-Fi hotspots. Using Bluetooth technology, the computer can connect to the mobile phone and use the mobile phone as a modem. Similarly, a PDA can connect to a mobile phone over a Bluetooth connection to access the Internet. So whether you are traveling across town, out of state, or out of your wireless local area network range, you can stay connected.

-Tired of pockets bulging with devices? Increasingly, companies are designing clothing and accessories that are wired to provide you with wireless connections. Stores today carry Bluetooth enabled jackets, backpacks, and sunglasses that facilitate hands-free conversation. Wearable Bluetooth enabled electronics are here for consumers today to stay connected in style.

-No longer must you stay tethered to devices while at play. Whether biking, hiking, snowboarding, or traveling, Bluetooth technology augments extracurricular activities with a truly wireless experience.

-On the slopes, listen to music wirelessly, pausing to take calls, as you head down the hill. Manufacturers are using Bluetooth technology to connect MP3 player phones to snowboard helmets and beanies with built in stereo headphones.

-On the mountain, link a GPS device to a PDA over a Bluetooth connection to figure out where you are. Geocaching and hiking enthusiasts are clamoring for the latest Bluetooth enabled devices to set their path and track their progress.

-In the city, listen to music wirelessly on stereo headphones connected to MP3 mobile phones or MP3 players. Pause the music to take incoming calls and when the call is over, go back to your song.

-Whether you are waiting for a bus or sitting on a train, use Bluetooth technology to help pass the time. For devices with games, search for similarly enabled devices to engage in multi-player gaming. Using software applications running on a Bluetooth phone, find other people with similar interests in your proximity or simply recognize those Bluetooth enabled devices you pass on your daily route. Digitally see those “friendly strangers” that you pass on a regular basis. Send a message via Bluetooth technology to a similarly enabled phone and make a new friend. Expand your network with Bluetooth technology

John asks…

What exactly is bluetooth technology, do I need it for my new cell phone?

dknol answers:

Bluetooth is a wireless technology that will allow your cell phone to connect with a variety of other devices. The main application right now is for use of a wireless headset. You can use the Bluetooth handsfree and be up to 30 feet away from your phone. I'm sure you've seen folks waking around talking to themselves, with that little blinking blue light attatched to their ear. This can be really handy when you are driving, waking around the office, or while doing housework. They are even starting to install Bluetooth technology in lots of new cars and PC's. You can also use your Bluetooth to connect with your PC and transfer files like pictures in a snap, wirelessly. So, if you are interested in using the headset or syncing with your computer, then YES, you need Bluetooth. If not, then don't worry about it! Hope that helps!!! :) :)

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