BIP Responder

Category: Bluetooth
Manufacturer: Agere Systems
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 612.3 KB
Operating System: Windows Vista, Windows 7
Latest Version / Release Date: / 08/13/2007

Windows device driver information for BIP Responder

The Basic Imaging Profile (BIP) Responder is tasked with the File Transfer Profile mechanism invoked by Bluetooth capable devices. The implementation of this technology allows for the exchanging of files among wirelessly connected devices in a generic manner. The BIP Responder and its corresponding device driver supports the negotiation function undertaken by Bluetooth capable devices in relation to the size as well as the encoding of imaging information that will be transmitted. Since there are a number of image formats that are actively in use in the computer industry, the device driver of this type of technology makes it possible to guarantee a successful image transfer using Bluetooth connection. The absence of the negotiation mechanism would lead to a failure in transmission and connection since it would be virtually impossible to identify the construct of the data to be processed. This method also ensures that the received data can actually be used by the recipient machine.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

When it comes to the implementation of Bluetooth technology, the only way to guarantee interoperability is to make use of a common imaging format. The deployment of the BIP Responder and its corresponding device driver requires that all Bluetooth compliant hardware components make use of the JPEG image format. This means that a corresponding thumbnail image must be created when the data is stored or a format conversion process must be undertaken to ensure that the JPEG standard is followed. This technology may cover a number of mobile devices like digital cameras, Personal Computer systems, mobile phones, Personal Digital Assistants, and printers among others. The role of this hardware component is to respond to the initiation of the basic imaging features as provided by the Imaging Initiator. The process supported by its device driver may include Image Push, Image Pull, Advanced Image Printing, Automatic Archive, Remote Camera, and Remote Display among others. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and BIP Responder errors before installing any driver updates.