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Bluetooth Revealed by >Chatschik Bisdikian, Brent A. Miller

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Chapter 10. Audio and Telephony Control

Support for voice or, more generically, audio is a distinguishing attribute of Bluetooth wireless communication. With support for both voice and data, the technology is well positioned to bridge the domains of computing and communications, as evidenced by the enthusiastic support for the Bluetooth technology within both industries. Several of the profiles address scenarios in which both a computing device and a telephony device are used. This chapter, our final in-depth examination of the core specification, deals with the components of the protocol stack that enable telephony and voice (audio) communication. The telephony control protocol is embodied by the TCS-BIN (or just TCS for short) layer, while audio ...

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