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Revision History Date Version Description Author 2003-11-12 0.1 Initial Draft Tomislav Sečen 2003-11-17 0.15 Minor changes Tomislav Se čen 2003-11-18 0.17 More minor changes Tomislav Se čen
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Table of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Purpose of this document 1.2 Intended Audience 1.3 Scope 1.4 Definitions and acronyms 1.4.1 Definitions 5 5 1.4.2 Acronyms and abbreviations 5 5 1.5 References 2. Organization 2.1 Project Manager 2.2 Project group 2.3 Supervisor 2.4 Customer 3. Assumptions and constraints 3.1 Technological 3.2 Environmental 3.3 Interpersonal 3.4 Time 4. Deliverables 5. Inputs 6. Project risks 7. Communication 7.1 Project language 7.2 CVS 7.3 Web site 7.4 E-mail 7.5 Scheduled meetings 8. Configuration management 8.1 Responsibility and Resources 8.2 Components, Tools and Products Used in the Project 9. Project plan 9.1 Time schedule 9.2 Activity plan
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1. Introduction To utilize any Bluetooth device, one needs a pretty complex stack of protocol layers, much like the OSI referent model. With the Bluetooth device you buy in the store, you get that stack implemented by the manufacturer and you install it as a 'driver' for your newly bought hardware. The problem is that this 'driver' (which is in fact a Bluetooth stack) doesn't expose any developer-oriented functionality except Bluetooth profiles (which ones? – it varies from one manufacturer to another) on virtual COM ports, so developer is constrained to use that COM ports in his Bluetooth application, without the possibility to harvest advanced Bluetooth features (at least not programmatically – user can only do it manually) like device and service discovery of devices in the vicinity. There are many Bluetooth stacks out there, mostly written in C (like BlueZ for Linux) or in ASM for some microcontroller. There are even some Java Bluetooth stacks, but there are either commercial products (like the one from Atinav or Rococo) or left in some undetermined state of development (like Harald Bluetooth stack). The task presented here is to: 1. Examine the existing stacks that are out there.
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