International Journal of Computer and Communication System Engineering (IJCCSE)
The Bluetooth technology derives its name from a tenth-century king of Denmark and Norway, Harald Blaat and, who amalgamated many sovereign Scandinavian tribes into a single kingdom. It is an open standard for short-range radio frequency communication that has been used principally to establish wireless personal area networks. This technology has been incorporated into many types of business and consumer devices. Such devices include cell phones, laptops, automobiles, printers, keyboards, mice, and headsets. The Bluetooth technology permits users to form ad hoc networks between an extensive assortment of devices to convey voice and data.