MSI Bluetooth EDR Device

Category: Bluetooth
Manufacturer: IVT Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 229KB
Operating System: Windows NT 4, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, Windows ME
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.0.10.0 / 08 Jul 2004

Windows device driver information for MSI Bluetooth EDR Device

The MSI Bluetooth EDR Device supports an open wireless protocol that is used for the efficient exchange of data across limited distances either from a fixed or mobile source. The technology behind the MSI Bluetooth EDR Device allows for the creation of a PAN (Personal Area Network) that may include a number of wireless devices. The EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) feature supported by the device driver of the MSI Bluetooth EDR Device was first introduced in the second version of the Bluetooth technology. This functionality allows for the delivery of data packets at speed that can reach 3Mbps depending on the environmental conditions that can affect the mode of transmission. The Bluetooth 2.0 protocol supported by the driver of MSI Bluetooth EDR Device maintains backward compatibility to allow for interconnection with Bluetooth capable devices that are based on older technology.

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The EDR feature made possible by the driver of the MSI Bluetooth EDR Device establishes a faster rate of data transfer that is normally in the range of 2.1Mbps. To increase the rate other radio transmission technologies are resorted to. The EDR feature makes use of a combined technology based on the Phase Shift Keying (PSK) modulation and the Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying (GFSK) modulation. The combination of both modulation technologies results in the additional 1Mbps data transfer rate increase. The rate of complexity is also reduced when dealing with simultaneous multiple connections. The improved handling can be attributed to the increase in the available bandwidth. Power consumption is also lowered when taking into account the reduction in the duty cycle. The driver can support Streaming Mode which is a simplified mode that does not use flow or transmission control. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and MSI Bluetooth EDR Device errors before installing any driver updates.