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Bluetooth

(ˈbluːˌtuːθ)
n
(Telecommunications) trademark a short-range radio technology that allows wireless communication between a computer and a keyboard, between mobile phones, etc
[C20: after the 10th-century Danish King Harald Blatand (Harold Bluetooth), instrumental in uniting warring factions in Scandinavia]
Translations

Bluetooth

® [ˈbluːtuːθ] ADJ Bluetooth technologytecnología f Bluetooth ®
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1 Bluetooth profiles are standardized according to the purpose of the Bluetooth device.
The update includes SDC support and new Bluetooth profiles, among others.
The new PIC32 Bluetooth Audio Development Kit builds on Microchip's existing stack-integrated Bluetooth audio module with a new low-cost, agency-certified Bluetooth HCI transceiver module based on a standard radio, AVRCP and A2DP Bluetooth profiles tailored for the PIC32, as well as both standard and advanced audio CODECs such as SBC, C and MP3.
These Bluetooth profiles include the Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) to control media playback and the Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) to stream audio from the consumer device.
The Socket CHS Series 7 with support for Human Interface Device (HID) and Serial Port Profile (SPP) Bluetooth profiles will be available to order from 1 August 2010.
Although Broadcom's AMP demonstration represents the cutting-edge of Bluetooth technology, the solution utilizes proven Bluetooth profiles, applications and user interface elements, ensuring that the current implementation will face minimal hurdles in becoming a product that Broadcom's partners, and their customers, will feel comfortable using.
Built to support EV-DO (Evolution-Data Optimized) and certain Bluetooth profiles, the Samsung SCH-i730 makes working on-the-go a breeze.
Bluetooth profiles supported by Blue HFCK include the "Headset" profile which allows Blue HFCK to use the basic functionality of Bluetooth phones currently available; "Dial-up networking" profile, which allows the modem of the mobile phone to be used by any Bluetooth device, such as PCs or PDAs; and the "Object push" profile (OPP), which provides the ability to program the phonebook by sending contacts directly from the PDA.
a Bluetooth baseband IC and solution provider, has announced the qualification of their Bluetooth Profiles MicroStack and is listed in the Bluetooth Qualified Products list.
It supports 10 Bluetooth profiles and operates with Windows 98SE, Windows Me, and Windows 2000.