Bluetooth (Windows CE 5.0)
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.
In This Section
- 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.
- Object Exchange Protocol
- Provides information about the Object Exchange Protocol (OBEX) technology support in Microsoft® Windows® CE.
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