USB 2.4GHZ Ubuntu 9.10

Steve yorvik.ubunto at
Sun Apr 25 12:43:05 UTC 2010

On Sun, 25 Apr 2010 13:26:16 +0100, zongo saiba <zongosaiba at>  

> Hi All,
> I have a usb dongle connected on my notebook. I have connected to it my
> Mobile Phone and Mouse (Logitech M555B). All is working well but was
> wondering how many peripherals will I be able to add to that bluetooth
> dongle ? Is there a limit or compatibility issues ? I am planning on
> adding a bluetooth headset and a keyboard. I am using Ubuntu 9.10.
> Kind Regards,
> Zongo
For each small personal network (piconet) of between two and seven  
devices, one device always acts as host and the other units are guests.  
All devices, independent of capability, can take both host and guest  
roles. If you have many devices connected in a personal network (more than  
one guest to a host) it is called multipoint. A computer, for example,  
could simultaneously connect and transmit data to a PDA, a camera and a  
mobile phone at the same time. However, some devices, like wireless  
headsets, cannot maintain more than one simultaneous connection.


Steve (Yorvyk)

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