Bluetooth HCI Transport Driver (Windows CE 5.0)
The host controller interface (HCI) provides a uniform interface method for accessing Bluetooth hardware capabilities.
The protocol stack makes up the core portion of the Bluetooth implementation. This stack enables devices to locate each other and establish a connection. Through this connection, devices can exchange data and interact with one another through various applications.
In This Section
- Bluetooth Protocol Stack
- Provides links to topics that contain information about the Bluetooth Protocol Stack.
- Bluetooth HCI Transport Layer
- Provides information about communication between the Bluetooth stack and the controller, the supported transport layers, and the programming elements that you can use to write a customized transport layer.
- Bluetooth HCI Transport Driver Registry Settings
- Provides information about the registry settings that configure Bluetooth HCI transport drivers.
- Bluetooth HCI Transport Layer Reference
- Provides reference information about the programming elements that you can use to create Bluetooth stream drivers.
- Bluetooth OS Design Development
- Provides information about the Bluetooth Protocol Stack and the extension layer, components and modules that implement Bluetooth functionalities, and Sysgen variables that enable these functionalities.
- Bluetooth Application Development
- Describes the supported Bluetooth profiles in Microsoft® Windows® CE and provides information about how an application can use Bluetooth.
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