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Kali Linux Wireless Penetration Testing Cookbook by Sean-Philip Oriyano

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A look at the technology

So, with the history and evolution of Bluetooth out of the way, having given us an idea of how the technology came to be and where it is placed in terms of functionality and design, let's move forward to talk about the technical specifications of Bluetooth and how it relates to what we do.

Bluetooth is technology that is designed to operate between 2 MHz and 3.5 MHz. As you may already be aware or recall, this is a globally unlicensed, not unregulated, band of frequencies allocated for industrial, scientific and medical purposes, commonly referred to as the ISM 2.4 GHz short range radio frequency band. Bluetooth operates within this band and uses technology such as the frequency hopping spread spectrum, or FHSS, to ...

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