BluStack is a Bluetooth protocol stack that can be ported to an embedded platform and includes an application compatible with multiple Bluetooth chipsets.
Quick installation procedure
Installing the stack is an easy job and that can be carried out by any type of user. At the end of the process a new icon becomes available on the desktop while a tray icon provides access to the configuration panel.
The developer informs that the implementation of the stack is modular, which translates into the possibility to re-certify the application and keep up with the evolution of the Bluetooth standard.
Flexible and versatile
Modularity is not the only feature present as the program can be ported to different platform, thus allowing the usage of the current hardware resources.
BluStack can be used to transfer information from computer systems to mobile devices and vice-versa with minimum effort from the user.
Also, it is suitable for connecting to a Bluetooth headset and using the computer to initiate voice calls. The conversation is then run through the headset, thus increasing the comfort as far as calling is concerned as the mobile remains behind the scene.
Additional functionality refers to sending audio streams to wireless sound devices like headphones or speakers. Basically, BluStack can be used with all sorts of devices that include support for Bluetooth connectivity.
Bluetooth protocol stack with wide applicability
BluStack is easy to get on the system and it has a wide applicability among devices that connect via Bluetooth. It can be used on multiple platforms and modularity ensures re-certification so that it is always up to date.