pdf_gross.gifBluetooth -
Operation, Procedures & Testing - Reloaded

[2-day course, Euro 2,350.- (net) per participant]

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Course Description

  • This unique course first explains the origins of Bluetooth and the business perspective of Bluetooth. The student obtains a detailed knowledge about the various sources and administratives for a successful Bluetooth implementation.
  • The next part of the course is dedicated to the core specification of Bluetooth and a detailed consideration of the various parts of the Bluetooth protocol stack, including functions like pairing, security or power control and energy saving modes (e.g. BLE).
  • Special focus is given to a detailed understanding of the lower layers of the Bluetooth protocol stack (Baseband, Link Controller, Link Manager) and an understanding of the signal processing chain within the Baseband.
  • An important focus of this course lies on the updates with Bluetooth specification version 2.0, 3.0 and 4.0 namely the realization of the EDR-feature and of low energy operation
  • The course has been extended by a consideration Bluetooth interoperability issues, especially with WiFi and LTE, and we will pinpoint some workarounds in case for interference situations.
  • Of course, we put in the specifics and functions of various Bluetooth profiles, like for example GAP, SPP or A2DP, to name a few.

As in all INACON training courses we integrated several interactive exercises for a perfect learning experience.
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Some of your questions that will be answered

  • How does Bluetooth operate?
  • How does EDR 2.0 Mbit/s and 3 Mbit/s work?
  • What is new with Bluetooth version 3.0 and 4.0?
  • What is the benefit of low energy operation (BLE)?
  • What are the functions of the various layers of the Bluetooth Protocol Stack and which layers do I need to implement my feature set?
  • How can I test my Bluetooth implementation and what will be tested?
  • What is the function of the various Bluetooth Profiles and which ones do I need to implement for which application?

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  • Design Engineers who need to implement or test the Bluetooth technology.
  • Engineers who shall develop and test Bluetooth applications.


  • Thorough knowledge about communications technology and basic knowledge about communications protocols is required.

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  • The student is enabled to implement the Bluetooth technology.
  • The student will understand the implications and issues when integrating the Bluetooth Hard- and Software into other devices.

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  • 2 days




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