Bluetooth for IoT

Posted by Kody Betonte on Oct 6, 2016 6:00:00 AM
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Neo_Blog_Bluetooth.jpgDon’t let its cute-sounding name or common uses fool you, Bluetooth is a serious technology for Internet of Things applications. Developed by Ericsson in 1994, Bluetooth uses short-wavelength UHF waves between 2402 and 2480 MHz. Widely known as the best wireless transmission technology for audio, and the ubiquitous solution for hands-free calling in automobiles, Bluetooth is making waves in consumer and business IoT where device-to-device communication needs to be fast, easy, and wireless. Bluetooth won’t support every IoT need, but the sheer number of Bluetooth-enabled devices on the market and the ease of programming Bluetooth compatible applications makes it an important technology to familiarize yourself with as your business implements IoT solutions.

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Topics: IoT, Bluetooth