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Personal Area Network.

Using wireless networking with your personal gadgets is often called PAN, which stands for Personal Area Network. The idea is that, in the future, we'll all have laptop computers with their batteries charged and no more need to connect any wires to them at all -- you just place your Bluetooth device near the computer, and the computer sees it and can use it straightaway.

Bluetooth has been around and in-use since 1999, and it's only getting more popular. It was designed to be secure, low cost, and easy to use from day one.

There are two classes of Bluetooth that are in popular use: class 1 and class 2. Class 2 is the most common and cheaper standard, allowing you to use a device that is up to 10 meters (32 feet) away. Class 1 is rarer, but you can still find devices that use it easily enough, and it has ten times the range: 100 meters or 320 feet.

How Does It Work?

Bluetooth is more flexible than 802.11 wireless networking, in exchange for the shorter range. Essentially, a Bluetooth-enabled computer has one Bluetooth receiver installed in it, and this receiver can then be used with up to 7 nearby Bluetooth devices. On the other end, wireless devices do not need to have Bluetooth installed if they support it -- it is already integrated.

Like 802.11, Bluetooth works by using radio signals to create bandwidth. It is not, though, the same thing as an old-style wireless mouse or keyboard, which required a receiver to be plugged into one of your computers' ports, and didn't have range or stability anywhere near that of Bluetooth.

Many computers now come with built in Bluetooth, especially Apple Macs. If you want to add Bluetooth to a computer that doesn't come with it pre-installed, you should probably use a USB to Bluetooth adapter, although internal Bluetooth devices to install in your computer are available. If you have a laptop and a spare PCMCIA slot, you can get Bluetooth cards for that too.

Application Layer :
In TCP/IP model, session or presentation layer are not present. Application layer is present on the top of the Transport layer. It includes all the higher-level protocols which are virtual terminal (TELNET), file transfer (FTP) and electronic mail (SMTP).

The virtual terminal protocol permits a user on one machine to log into a distant machine and work there. The file transfer protocol offers a way to move data efficiently from one machine to another. Electronic mail was used for file transfer purpose but later a specialized protocol was developed for it.

The Application Layer defines following protocols

File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
It was designed to permit reliable transfer of files over different platforms. At the transport layer to ensure reliability, FTP uses TCP. FTP offers simple commands and makes the differences in storage methods across networks transparent to the user. The FTP client is able to interact with any FTP server; therefore the FTP server must also be able to interact with any FTP client. FTP does not offer a user interface, but it does offer an application program interface for file transfer. The client part of the protocol is called as FTP and the server part of the protocol is known as FTPd. The suffix "d" means Daemon this is a legacy from Unix computing where a daemon is a piece of software running on a server that offers a service.

Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
HTTP permits applications such as browsers to upload and download web pages. It makes use of TCP at the transport layer again to check reliability. HTTP is a connectionless protocol that sends a request, receives a response and then disconnects the connection. HTTP delivers HTML documents plus all of the other components supported within HTML such as JavaScript, Visual script and applets.

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
By using TCP, SMTP sends email to other computers that support the TCP/IP protocol suite. SMTP provides extension to the local mail services that existed in the early years of LANs. It supervises the email sending from the local mail host to a remote mail host. It is not reliable for accepting mail from local users or distributing received mail to recipients this is the responsibility of the local mail system.

SMTP makes use of TCP to establish a connection to the remote mail host, the mail is sent, any waiting mail is requested and then the connection is disconnected. It can also return a forwarding address if the intended recipient no longer receives email at that destination. To enable mail to be delivered across differing systems, a mail gateway is used.

Simple Network Management Protocol
For the transport of network management information, SNMP is used as standardized protocol. Managed network devices can be cross examined by a computer running to return details about their status and level of activity. Observing software can also trigger alarms if certain performance criteria drop below acceptable restrictions. At the transport layer SNMP protocol uses UDP. The use of UDP results in decreasing network traffic overheads.


What Can You Do With Bluetooth?

Mobile phones with Bluetooth are very popular, and so are PDAs -- the instant synchronization of addresses and calendars to a computer is a useful feature. Other than that, almost anything that would usually use USB can be done using Bluetooth, including digital cameras, mp3 players, printers, and even mice and keyboards. If you take a look through the comprehensive list of Bluetooth 'profiles' (kinds of devices that could, in theory, be Bluetooth enabled), it includes cordless phones, faxes, headsets, and even video.

Basically, more than anything, Bluetooth is a replacement for USB: some say that while 802.11 wireless networking is wireless Ethernet, Bluetooth is wireless USB.

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