Glossary & Definitions
Third generation. A term used to describe the next generation of wireless communication;
See Also UMTS.
- 3-in-1 Phone
A usage scenario, which describes the additional capability provided for mobile phones. Typical scenarios can be found in the Cordless Telephony and Intercom Profiles.
This standard is part of a family of other specifications, which offer varying solutions of wireless connectivity to a fixed LAN. Like the Bluetooth specification, 802.11b operates at the 2.4GHz range and is often referred to as Wi-Fi. It has been developed by a working group of the IEEE.
A device that accepts a connection from an initiating device. In a typical scenario, a master will initiate a connection and the slave will accept ...