what are the different ways you can print without wires?
Bluetooth devices transmit data using low levels
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There are two different categories of Bluetooth devices.
The weaker class can be in 10-meter (33-foot)range.
Another class can send signals up to 100 m (328 feet)away.
Bluetooth technology allows users to create individuals-area networks (PANs).
Devices can detect and interact with each other within each other\'s scope.
Unlike IrDA, the Bluetooth signal does not depend on sight.
The Bluetooth network can be extended to the walls, doors and even different levels of the building.
They can interact as long as the device is in range.
Bluetooth devices can transfer data to other Bluetooth devices within [range] at speeds up to 3 Mbps
Bluetooth transceivers have been installed on some printers and computers.
Someone else needs an adapter to use a Bluetooth signal.
In many ways, the process of sending and receiving Bluetooth signals is similar to that of an IrDA device.
The Bluetooth device converts the information into a radio signal and transmits it instead of converting the computer data into an optical pulse.
Other Bluetooth devices receive signals and convert them back to data.
With a Bluetooth network, printing jobs for multiple devices can be sent to the same printer.
You can have your own network printer at home.
Another way to print wirelessly is through the WiFi network.
Learn more in the next section.