Bluetooth can be used as a free and low voltage way to transfer information between devices. The first use is the transfer of sound wirelessly from cell phones through headsets. Bluetooth can also be used to transfer pictures, music, zip files, PDFs, word documents, etc, between capable devices. Not all cell phones are capable of file transfer but all Bluetooth phones can transfer sound media.
Bluetooth uses short wavelength radio transmissions in the ISM band from 2400-2480 MHz
No, infrared port uses IR radiation and bluetooth uses radio frequency radiation.
Bluetooth uses low power radio waves
An iPad uses Wi-Fi to connect to the internet, not Bluetooth.
bluetooth is an open wireless protocol for exchanging data over short distances. it uses short length radio frequencies. bluetooth uses a radio technology called frequency-hoping spread spectrum.
No, it is not bluetooth enabled. It uses NEW ANT Link to transfer data from the watch to the computer.
No, it uses radio frequency signalling.
Bluetooth allows various consumer electronics devices to communicate without being connected. Common uses include: - using a bluetooth keyboard - using bluetooth speakers - using bluetooth to transfer files (e.g. ringtones to a phone, mp3 files to a player) - using bluetooth to synchronise PDAs
Bluetooth car system helps in listening phone music with car audio system. Reference: www.carplus.in
Bluetooth uses short-wavelength UHF radio waves in the ISM band from 2.4 to 2.485 GHz.
It uses bluetooth to connect with the Pokemon GO Plus device, which is a cool thing, but not absolutely required to play the game.
One of the most popular uses is for file and data transferring. Take an example a Bluetooth headset and Bluetooth enable devices. You can share files, music, data and do phone calls. All great features in today's fast paste life. More info in the link below.
Bluetooth doesn'tÊreally have teeth, but is a sort of wireless connection. It uses a standard radio frequency, and also has a standard receive-transmit rate, allowing any two bluetooth devices to connect with ease.
A Bluetooth Port.
No it will not PS3 uses a Bluetooth controller that was designed for that system
The pebble watch uses Bluetooth to communicate with your phone.
There are apps you can download like bluetooth IM which uses BlueTooth technology to send a message from ipod/ipad/iphone to ipod/ipd/iphone.
It uses GFSK (Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying) modulation technique.
This question could be answered two ways: how far a Bluetooth signal can reach and what position the signal is in. Bluetooth Signals can generally reach about 32 feet. The range of a Bluetooth signal changes 1,600 times a second to avoid interfering with other Bluetooth devices. It uses radio-frequency signals that move between 2.402 gigahertz and 2.48 gigahertz (79 spaces).
Bluetooth uses radio-frequency signals to communicate between devices. It uses these signals because the range that it uses requires a very modest amount of power. To avoid connecting with another Bluetooth device, the signal varies between 2.402 gigahertz and 2.48 gigahertz. The signal changes 1600 times every second and the devices that are communicating change the range in unison to prevent unwanted reception from other devices.
If your computer uses bluetooth then you could try that?
No, but it has Wi-Fi, and uses that to connect to the Internet, as well as other DS consoles.
No PS3 uses Bluetooth for the controllers besides the other differences
The current Apple Wireless Keyboard uses Bluetooth, so it is compatible with all iPads. Any standard Bluetooth keyboard will work.