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Encyclopedia > L2CAP
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L2CAP, which stands for Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol is used within the Bluetooth protocol stack. It passes packets to either the Host Controller Interface (HCI) or on a hostless system, directly to the Link Manager. Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Categories: | ... This article is about the Bluetooth wireless specification. ...


Functions

L2CAP's functions include:

  • Multiplexing data between different higher layer protocols.
  • Segmentation and reassembly of packets.
  • Providing one-way transmission management to a group of other bluetooth devices.
  • QOS (Quality Of Service) management for higher layer protocols.

L2CAP is used to communicate over the host ACL (Asynchronous Connectionless) link. It's connection is established after the ACL link has been setup. This article is about the Bluetooth wireless specification. ... The abbreviation QOS could refer to one of several things: Quality of service, a measure of the reliability of a computer network Queen of the South F.C., a Scottish football club Quarterdeck Office Systems, a software company that is now part of Symantec This is a disambiguation page — a...


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