Despite the Pandemic, there are those among us who have to take the bus, the subway and go to work. Before the pandemic, you also saw a black or white dot on the ears of passengers on the subway, on the bus. So what is the technology “Bluetooth” of these wireless headphones, which has become very popular today?
The name Bluetooth is given to King James I of Denmark. It comes from Harald’s nickname, Blue Tooth. Bluetooth is the name of short-distance radio frequency (RF) technology that eliminates cable connectivity. Bluetooth was developed by Ericsson in 1994 to connect and communicate wirelessly with mobile phones and other mobile devices.
Bluetooth technology operates in the 2.4 Ghz ISM frequency band and is able to transmit voice and data. The distance enabled by Bluetooth-enabled devices, which can transfer data up to 24 Mbps, is about 10 to 100 meters.
Although Bluetooth technology seems like a very perfect system, it also has vulnerabilities. People who use malware may try to access your information using Bluetooth vulnerabilities. The number and severity of this malware is expected to increase significantly due to such an increase in bluetooth headsets today.