What Is Bluetooth Device Rfcomm Protocol Tdi

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I just bought a new system and started to use it as I was going through the device manager Bluetooth device rfcomm protocol tdi appeared. Can anyone explain to me what is Bluetooth device RFCOMM Protocol TDI and is it suitable?

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What Is Bluetooth Device Rfcomm Protocol Tdi

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The Bluetooth Device component RFCOMM Protocol TDI provides a TDI transport driver for RFCOMM. This component implements the RFCOMM Bluetooth protocol layer. This component is associated with the Bluetooth connection component via standard modem. The Primitives: Afd component provides the “additional function driver” and, with the Transport Driver Interface component, a socket interface for user-mode applications.

These embrace higher Bluetooth layers like the Open Exchange Protocol. OBEX is employed in file transfer operations. The RFCOMM protocol supports up to sixty synchronic connections between 2 Bluetooth devices. the amount of connections that may be used at the same time on a Bluetooth device depends on the implementation.

For the purposes of RFCOMM, a complete communication path includes two applications running on different devices with a communication segment between them. RFCOMM is intended to cover applications that use the serial ports of the devices in which they reside.

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