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Bluetooth™: Connect Without Cables by Charles F. Sturman, Jennifer Bray

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Appendix Bluetooth 1.1 Updates

Why Bluetooth 1.1?

A lot of questions have been posed about why version 1.1 of the Bluetooth specification was brought out and exactly what the changes were between that and version 1.0b. For all the fine details, the best place to look will always be the Bluetooth adopter’s Web site, http://www.bluetooth.org, where Bluetooth adopters can find the specification itself and all the errata that led to the changes. However, it can be a slow process wading through errata, and if you’re not very familiar with the specification, sometimes it’s not obvious why and where changes have been made. This appendix looks at the differences between version 1.0b and version 1.1 and attempts to offer some explanations for the changes. ...

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