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JavaTM APIs for BluetoothTM Wireless Technology (JSR-82)

2008-9-17 12:22:02  2550
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<p><font face="Verdana">JavaTM APIs for BluetoothTM Wireless Technology (JSR-82)<br/></font></p>
<p><font face="Verdana"><font face="Verdana">This document, produced as a result of Java Specification Request 82 (JSR-82), defines the optional<br/>package for Bluetooth wireless technology for Java 2 Platform, micro Edition (j2me). The goal of this<br/>specification is to define the architecture and the associated APIs required to enable an open, third party<br/>Bluetooth application development environment.<br/>This API is designed to operate on top of the Connected, Limited Device Configuration (CLDC), which<br/>is described in Connected, Limited Device Configuration (JSR-30), Sun Microsystems, Inc. This API is<br/>an optional package that can be used to extend the capability of a J2ME profile, such as the Mobile<br/>Information Device Profile (JSR 37) [5].<br/>Because this API is based on CLDC, the reader is assumed to have some familiarity with the CLDC<br/>specification and the Generic Connection Framework (GCF) described therein.</font><br/></font></p>
<p><font face="Verdana"><font face="Verdana">The specification for Bluetooth wireless communications is developed by the Bluetooth Special Interest<br/>Group (SIG) LED by promoter companies 3Com, Ericsson, Intel, IBM, Agere, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia<br/>and Toshiba. The Bluetooth specification is available from the SIG’s web site,<br/>http://www.bluetooth.com. The Bluetooth specification defines protocols and application profiles but<br/>does not define any APIs.<br/>The JSR-82 specification defines APIs that can be used to exercise certain Bluetooth protocols defined in<br/>the Bluetooth specification volume 1 [1], and certain profiles defined in the Bluetooth specification<br/>volume 2 [2]. Those profiles are listed in Section 2.3. This API is defined in such a way as to make it<br/>possible for additional and future profiles to be built on top of this API. This assumes that future changes<br/>to the Bluetooth specification remain compatible with this API. This API is based on the Bluetooth<br/>specification version 1.1. However, nothing in this specification is intended to preclude operating with<br/>version 1.0 compliant stacks or hardware. In addition, if future versions are backward compatible with<br/>version 1.1, then implementations of this specification should operate on those versions of stacks or<br/>hardware as well.</font></p></font><br/>
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