Tip & How-To about Televison & Video
Bluetooth technology allows electronic devices for wireless
communication. No more computers connected by cables to printers or headsets
for mobile phones to work. Bluetooth uses tiny chips and recipients for the
devices to "talk" to each other. Once a connection is established
between devices, Bluetooth provides a wireless network to perform tasks. This
technology is relatively inexpensive and generally are included in most
laptops, cell phones and other consumer electronics. But Bluetooth is limited
by several problems, and most devices have more than 30 meters away at work. As
walls and interference from other devices affect the range of Bluetooth.
1. Minimize as much as possible large obstacles between the
connected Bluetooth devices. Range of improvement, for example, there are fewer
walls between the devices. Range is also affected by large between mobile
devices, so moving or rearranging furniture to electronics to improve
2. Buy a Bluetooth antenna extension, also known as
Bluetooth booster in an electronics store. Extender, which connect to
Bluetooth-enabled devices, Bluetooth devices increases "signals,
significantly increasing the reach beyond the standard 30 feet. The total
expansion is dependent on strengthening the power of the individual.
3. Off or out competing wireless signals such as Wi-Fi
connections. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth works, but is much stronger. The signals can
interfere with Bluetooth connections, reducing the Bluetooth range.
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