Bluetooth development tool

  • 10-Oct-2008 11:52 EDT

Mecel's Betula software development kit (SDK) contains a majority of applications needed to deliver full Bluetooth functionality as well as an easy-to-use interface for creating quality software rapidly and cost-effectively. In addition, because interoperability between mobile phones and other Bluetooth devices is critical, Mecel and Cybercom will start extensive interoperability testing on current and future phones. This will generate a large database that describes the interoperability between all these phones and Bluetooth devices using Betula SDK.

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