There is increasing demand for a common, ubiquitous wireless protocol that operates across all platforms; a protocol that connects a mobile device to a PC as well as to hundreds of other mobile devices directly; a protocol that imposes minimum economical overhead and technological requirements on power-sensitive mobile platforms; a protocol that demands a small footprint so it may be implemented into the most space conscious designs; a protocol that enables a wide variety of applications that can ultimately replace all wired connections in the home or office. Mark Fu of KC Technology examines the promise of Bluetooth as the ubiquitous wireless protocol.

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