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Bluetooth low energy technology makes new medical applications possible

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Kinnar
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re: Bluetooth low energy technology makes new medical applications possible
Kinnar   12/22/2011 5:42:22 PM
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This standard will get accepted by the industries as it is based on the conventional bluetooth technology, the designers and manufacturers will be able to bring this technique in production very fast due to already production line of bluetooth.

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re: Bluetooth low energy technology makes new medical applications possible
clnorris   3/28/2012 12:47:06 AM
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The article mentions a Bluetooth Low Energy application for time synchronization. What is the accuracy of the time synchronization?

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