We use Bluetooth every day to connect our smartphones to speakers and headsets and to exchange information with other devices. We couldn’t do without it. But what is Bluetooth technology and how have we chosen to use it?
Let’s start with the ABC’s. What are Bluetooth frequencies?
The term Bluetooth indicates a wireless technology, which has become a standard for radiocommunication in the industrial sector. These frequencies are used for wireless point-to-point transmission and voice and data connection between two digital devices. Compared to other data transfer technologies, Bluetooth is used to exchange data over short distances and because of its ease of use.
Bluetooth frequencies fall within the unlicensed ISM band, from 2.402 GHz to 2.480 GHz. Compatible devices that comply with Bluetooth SIG standards can operate worldwide without restrictions. Frequency bands used by high-frequency industrial and medical equipment fall within the ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medicals) band. In this case a frequency band indicates a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum used for communication.
As these frequencies are universal, Magni has decided to create a new generation of remote controls. We rationalised and standardised the different models for our worldwide customers and offered a more technologically advanced solution that is easier to use and maintain.
In collaboration with Autec, we have created four models of remote controls that reflect these principles. That allows Magni to always be one step ahead of the market.
Our remote controls are ergonomic and easy to use. They offer real advantages to the user and improve signal reception in any working condition.