Your Questions About Bluetooth Technology

Nancy asks…

bluetooth wireless technology?

I am going to buy a phone and it says that it comes with bluetooth wireless technology.
what does that mean? what does that allow me to do?

I know I'm totally out of it for not knowing!

dknol answers:

It allows you to not only use a wireless headset, it also allows you to connect your phone and PC (with a bluetooth USB adapter and software) wirelessly. You can establish a 2 way link allowing you to transfer photos, contacts, ringtones, mp3s and more. You can even connect to other bluetooth enabled phones.


Steven asks…

what is the different between bluetooth and infrared technology?

dknol answers:

Infrared technology is what most TV remotes use. The distance an infrared signal can travel varies based on the strength of the remote, but is usually less than 50 feet for household electronics. In order for an infrared signal to be detected, there must be a direct line of sight between the transmitter (remote) and the receiver (TV). If there is a wall or large object between them, the signal will not pass through it.

Bluetooth, on the other hand, uses a radio frequency, which allows transmission through walls and other objects. The standard range of a Class 3 Bluetooth device is about 30 ft., which makes it ideal for syncing PDAs with computers, using wireless cell phone headsets, and enabling handsfree cell phone use inside Bluetooth-enabled automobiles. Because Bluetooth technology is based on a standard 2.4 GHz frequency, different Bluetooth devices can typically communicate with each other, regardless of the manufacturer. Most infrared devices only work with proprietary equipment.

While Bluetooth is well on its way to replacing infrared in many different areas, the technology is not meant to be used for wireless networking. Instead, Wi-Fi technology, which has a larger range and higher bandwidth than Bluetooth, is the standard that most wireless networking equipment uses.

Mark asks…

Does too much Wifi, bluetooth Wireless technology cause brain cancer?

in like 50 years from now, we gonna had same issue like with cigarette, when we first don't the harm till way later?

dknol answers:

Everything causes cancer. That chair your sitting on is going to give you butt cancer. The keyboard? Finger cancer. The sandwich you have packed for lunch? Prostate cancer.

Lisa asks…

Which company was the first idea and completet and made Bluetooth technology?…Nokia SonyEricson or mototroa?


dknol answers:

Originally developed by Ericsson, Bluetooth is now used in many different products by many different manufacturers. These manufacturers must be members of some level (see below) in the Bluetooth SIG before they are granted access to the Bluetooth specifications.

Joseph asks…

Can you download bluetooth wireless technology and if so where?

plz help

dknol answers:

You generally need to buy a bluetooth adaptor. Then install the software which comes with it and then plug it in.

Powered by Yahoo! Answers

This entry was posted in Default. Bookmark the permalink.