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Volume 8 | Issue 5

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Authors Name: Dr. Martha Srinivas , Pulakandla Gayathri , Vaneetha G , Dr. JVC Sharma
Unique Id: IJSDR2305049
Published In: Volume 8 Issue 5, May-2023
Abstract: In this review, we analysed the benefits and drawbacks of a variety of Bluetooth-enabled devices. Bluetooth is a wireless technology that uses radio frequency to send data over a short distance. Bluetooth devices reportedly feature a 2.4GHz operating frequency, a practical range of 32 feet (10 metres), a variety of power classes, a transfer rate of 1 Mbps, and a throughput of 721 Kbps. One can utilise a Bluetooth device on their smart phone to transmit data or connect to other Bluetooth-enabled devices. Low quantities of non-ionizing radiation are produced by Bluetooth devices. According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), persons are normally considered to be safe from regular nonionizing radiation exposure. Bluetooth uses a radio method called frequency-hopping spread spectrum. Frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) is a technique for delivering radio signals that involves swiftly switching the carrier frequency amongst a large number of different frequencies that inhabit the same spectral range. Changes are managed by a code that is understood by both the transmitter and receiver. Our bodies absorb energy per unit mass at a specific absorption rate (SAR) after being exposed to energy. Most mobile equipment, such as Bluetooth speakers and headphones, are constructed to a SAR level of 1.6 W/kg and 2 W/kg, respectively, for the EU (US limit). The Federal Office for Radiation Protection has SAR values for specific smart phones that can be checked. Various countries may have different maximum SAR limits. Bluetooth Special Interest Group designed and approved all Bluetooth products. More than 35,000 firms in the fields of telephony, computer, networking, and consumer electronics are members of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). From -20dBm (0.01Mw) to +20dBm are supported for transmit powers using Bluetooth technology (100Mw). Security is crucial since Bluetooth devices might be compromised. In-car Bluetooth headsets, stereo Bluetooth headsets, Bluetooth-enabled webcams, Bluetooth keyboards, and Bluetooth GPS devices are just a few examples of devices that use Bluetooth technology. Heart rate monitors, sensors, remote controls, thermometers, smart watches, and fitness trackers are examples of common Bluetooth smart gadgets. Smart phones, tablets, portable media players, and laptops are the most common Bluetooth smart-capable devices since they can connect to both Bluetooth and Bluetooth smart devices.
Keywords: Bluetooth special interest group, 1.6 W/kg, 2W/kg, Frequency-hopping spread spectrum, specific absorption rate, transmit power.
Cite Article: "A REVIEW ON POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE IMPACTS OF BLUETOOTH ENABLED DEVICES", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.8, Issue 5, page no.330 - 337, May-2023, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR2305049.pdf
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Publication Details: Published Paper ID: IJSDR2305049
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Published In: Volume 8 Issue 5, May-2023
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