3Com Bluetooth LAN Client

Category: Network and modems
Manufacturer: 3Com
Caution Level: safe
Download File Size: Not available
Operating System: Windows NT 4, XP, 2000, 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0.17.0 / 10 May 2001

Windows device driver information for 3Com Bluetooth LAN Client

Bluetooth is a world wide means of links via radio which gives connection that is not connected with any cables to just about any device such as mobile phones and Personal Computers. Bluetooth is especially designed for close- proximity connections such as an office suite. There are some regular procedures laid out for connecting the various devices. The range of operation of Bluetooth radios is 2.4 GHz. For every unit there are some basic components which are software used for the transmission of data, a radio and baseband link controller. There are two radio choices for the user to choose from; for public access devices there is the high power intensity of 100 meter array and for devices used to serve clients there is the low power level of a 10 meter array. Another advantage of using Bluetooth devices is that they can connect a maximum of 7 devices at the same time. When it comes to transmission speed of data its maximum is 1 Mbps.

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To reduce intrusion and beef up security the signaling expertise used is known as frequency hopping spread spectrum. When using 3com wireless Bluetooth technology the user is guaranteed of their security because 3Com give an encryption support and authentication package. This works to see the Bluetooth gadgets are identified by their personal identification numbers (Pin’s) and addresses. Users are also in a position to come up with their own passwords and usernames. By wireless Local Area Network (LAN), server and the computers of clients transmit data to one another without any connections using cables. For a wireless LAN to operate there should be a wired LAN, an access point and LAN adaptors. To communicate with the access point, the LAN adaptors which are ISA, PCI or PC cards connected to the computer or laptop of the user which is furnished with transreceivers. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 3Com Bluetooth LAN Client errors before installing any driver updates.