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Akhil Kumar
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re: Bluetooth 4.0: An introduction to Bluetooth Low Energy—Part I
Akhil Kumar   2/18/2013 11:42:24 AM
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As you have specified the advertising interval range as 20ms to 10s, is their any defined scanning interval range?

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re: Bluetooth 4.0: An introduction to Bluetooth Low Energy—Part I
Akhil Kumar   11/23/2012 4:56:37 AM
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Can you please tell me...why BLE need random device address?

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re: Bluetooth 4.0: An introduction to Bluetooth Low Energy—Part I
dennism12   7/29/2011 11:30:57 PM
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Great take off predicted for Bluetooth Low Energy .. See the trend - http://dennismathews.wordpress.com/category/connectivity-trends/

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re: Bluetooth 4.0: An introduction to Bluetooth Low Energy—Part I
Horaira   7/22/2011 7:22:15 AM
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First WiFi rolled out WiFi direct a facility already provided by BlueTooth devices. Now BlueTooth is Moving to IEEE802.15.4 space. I think these three has to converge in single SoC at one one time you are going to use one (Atleast in Mobile Devices not in low cost low power sensors)

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re: Bluetooth 4.0: An introduction to Bluetooth Low Energy—Part I
MGaleev   7/17/2011 2:48:39 PM
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Unless you want to deal with some kind of attachment to the phone, the short answer is to wait until phones start supporting Bluetooth 4.0 – first phones with new Bluetooth IC are expected at the end of this year. Good thing BLE is an integral part of Bluetooth specification and its proliferation into cell phones is just a matter of time.

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re: Bluetooth 4.0: An introduction to Bluetooth Low Energy—Part I
MGaleev   7/17/2011 2:26:05 PM
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BLE Broadcasting mode comes handy in cases when data could be sent with out acknowledgment, e.g. applications like proximity key fobs etc.

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re: Bluetooth 4.0: An introduction to Bluetooth Low Energy—Part I
goafrit   7/16/2011 12:41:47 PM
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Is there a way you can write how this can be interfaced for Android embedded development?

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re: Bluetooth 4.0: An introduction to Bluetooth Low Energy—Part I
Luis Sanchez   7/15/2011 9:14:10 PM
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good article. Can't wait for the next one. Now I know that even though two bluetooth devices aren't connected they still can exchange information. This would be good for doing lot's of things other than authentication like... would you have an idea of what could be done with this extra info?



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