Any good technical specification should answer several questions of "what?" for its readers. Some topics that a specification ought to address are:
what is the product or technology?
what is it designed to do?
what is it composed of?
what standards and metrics must an implementer meet?
Questions of "how?" typically are not addressed in a specification but rather are left to the judgment and ingenuity of the implementers. A specification usually does not address exactly how an instance of the technology or product is constructed using hardware or software modules or describe the precise methods used to ensure that standards and requirements are met.
The Bluetooth specification is no different from ...