Bluetooth (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0
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Bluetooth is a wireless communication technology that allows devices, within a 10-meter proximity, to communicate with each other. The discovery process enables devices to query other devices about the services they offer. If a device offers more than one service, the user can select the service they want to use from that particular device.

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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
Provides information about creating Bluetooth applications by using Winsock interfaces.
Bluetooth Registry Settings
Provides information about the registry settings that enable and configure Bluetooth functionality in your OS design.
Bluetooth Security
Describes security and best practices information for Bluetooth functionalities.
Bluetooth Performance Best Practices
Describes best practices for increasing the performance of the Bluetooth stack.
Bluetooth Migration
Provides information about the changes in Bluetooth support that you need to know when migrating from one version of Windows CE to another.
Bluetooth Samples
Describes sample code that provides a base for implementing the Bluetooth technology.
Bluetooth Reference
Provides reference information about the programming elements that are available for use in Windows CE-based applications.

Related Sections

Object Exchange Protocol
Provides information about the Object Exchange Protocol (OBEX) technology support in Microsoft® Windows® CE.

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