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Disclosed is a method for computer access to common plain old telephone system (POTS) using Bluetooth wireless technology. Benefits include improved user access to networks in public places.
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Method for computer access to common POTS using Bluetooth
Disclosed is a method for computer access to common plain old
telephone system (POTS) using Bluetooth wireless technology. Benefits include
improved user access to networks in public places.
technology has been adopted by cellular handset vendors so that other devices
such as notebook computers and handheld devices can connect to the cellular
telephone system. The disclosed method includes adding Bluetooth to standard
telephone handsets and/or payphones to enable easy access to the POTS
connection for dial-up networking with portable PCs (see Fig 1).
of standard telephone handsets would include Bluetooth transceivers in the
units that are made for use in homes, office, hotels, and pay phones.
Bluetooth transceiver in a telephone handset enables easy access from a
notebook PC to POTS for dial up connections. Bluetooth support in telephone
handsets eliminates the requirement for special wires for connecting in hotel
rooms and public areas such as an airport or bus terminal. Service providers do
not need separate or special kiosks as they can use the standard telephone