In part one of this article series, we covered the Data Length Extension (DLE) and low-power capabilities of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 4.2. In part two, we will discuss the privacy feature in Bluetooth Low Energy, additions to Bluetooth 4.2, and how these changes makes BLE devices more private and power-efficient...
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