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Bluetooth (originally standardised by the IEEE as IEEE 802.15.1) is a set of wireless technologies and communications standards maintained by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (or SIG). Bluetooth is used for short-range exchange of data, such as between a base unit (e.g. a mobile phone) and a wireless headset, or between computers, mouses, keyboards, games consoles more

Bluetooth (originally standardised by the IEEE as IEEE 802.15.1) is a set of wireless technologies and communications standards maintained by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (or SIG). Bluetooth is used for short-range exchange of data, such as between a base unit (e.g. a mobile phone) and a wireless headset, or between computers, mouses, keyboards, games consoles, printers and speakers. Other uses include smart water bottles, fitness bands and pedometers. The standard operates on ultra high frequency radio waves between 2.4 Gigahertz (GHz) and 2.485 GHz. The Bluetooth standard has been repeatedly updated since the Bluetooth 1.0 Specification was released in 1999. with a data transmission rate of up to 434 (symmetric) to 723 (asymmetric) kbps over up to 33 feet. Bluetooth 5.0 supports a maximum transfer speed of 50 Megabits per second over a range of up to 800 feet.

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