Brace Yourself For A Bluetooth Road Invasion
Consumers are getting more and more technologically advanced each day. Today, there is an estimated 1,000 Bluetooth enabled products being sold at a rate of 1 million per week. These products are not only limited to phones and computers but also include cars. Acura, Audi, BMW, Chrysler, DaimlerChrysler, Ford, GM, Honda, Infiniti, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lexus, Lincoln, Nissan, Renault, and Toyota are providing auto customers the option of Bluetooth enabled vehicles in selected vehicle models.
Bluetooth wireless technology is made compatible with parts BMW auto and other car brands in order to offer hands-free calling in motion. With Bluetooth technology around, answering calls, browsing phonebook contacts can be done using the steering wheel, radio and controls. Audio is transferred from the phone to the speaker of the car. Moreover, the driver can focus on the road and stay connected.
Bluetooth is the latest wireless technology that enables connectivity between devices. This is done by using 2.4-GHz radio spectrum with a range of 10 meters. Toyota auto body parts are also tested for Bluetooth compatibility. This is to ensure the efficiency of connectivity.
The key features of Bluetooth wireless technology include strength and affordability. The technology is aimed at replacing cables connecting portable or stationary devices without compromising security. However, the most outstanding feature of Bluetooth is to handle both voice and data transmissions for drivers to enjoy a wide variety of solutions like printing and fax capabilities, hands-free headset for voice calls, synchronizing PDA, laptop and mobile phone applications, and other remarkable innovations. The latest Bluetooth system can pick up the signal from the handset up to 30 feet from the vehicle. The distance tolerance is dependent on the phone and its battery level.
Bluetooth got its name from Harald Bluetooth, a Viking and former King of Denmark. He is famed for his ability to help people be in touch. Another notable contribution is his effort to unite Denmark and Norway.
Bluetooth has achieved high level of specification for a wide range of devices in proximity. In fact, it has achieved global acceptance in a short span of time. From its inception, the wireless technology has already gone a long way and will continue connecting people despite remoteness. With Bluetooth around, drivers can enjoy a greater sense of freedom.
About the Author: Tom Bailey is a consultant for one of the country’s leading auto parts stores. He is also an editor of a reputable publishing company in his area. He is currently based in Atlantic City, New Jersey with his wife and 3 children.