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Subject: RE: UKNM: Re: Bluetooth
From: Casper Moller
Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2000 18:33:03 +0100

Thank God you didn't mention the stuff about horns on the helmets because it
isn't true. They wore feathers. Other than that, thanks for the input. It's
nice when somebody on the list actually takes the time to put something like
this together to share the knowledge.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Irakli West [i [dot] westatsyzygy [dot] net (mailto:i [dot] westatsyzygy [dot] net)]
Sent: 29 August 2000 17:43
To: uknmatchinwag [dot] com
Subject: RE: UKNM: Re: Bluetooth

Being Danish, I've got some affinity with Harald Bluetooth, a 10th-century
Viking king :)

Actually, Bluetooth operates as a radio signal rather than infra-red (which
needs to be in line-of-sight) meaning that devices don't have to face each
other. The allocated frequency range is somewhere above 2.4GHz (on the side,
there is an issue in France where this frequency band is used by the
military). Also, Bluetooth devices can be up to 10m apart, and up to 100m
with relay stations. See more info below, something I've put together from
various sources mostly from www.bluetooth.com

[Sam says: Irakli's v. useful Bluetooth info chopped]

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