When establishing a Bluetooth Personal Area Network(PAN) connection, the link speed displayed in the Windows Task Manager – Networking Tab (and the Bluetooth Network Connection Status dialog) is always shown as 1 Mbps. However, when using hardware that supports Bluetooth version 2.1 and Enhanced Data Rate (EDR), the actual data transfer rate will exceed 1 Mbps.
The displayed link speed for Bluetooth PAN connections is fixed at 1 Mbps and does not reflect the adapter speed or negotiated link speed of the Bluetooth PAN connection.
The data transfer rate of a Bluetooth PAN connection depends on the capability of both Bluetooth PAN endpoints. The displayed link speed for Bluetooth PAN connections is fixed at 1 Mbps, and doesn't reflect the local Bluetooth adapter speed capability or the negotiated speed of a specific Bluetooth PAN connection.
Bluetooth version 2.x with Enhanced Data Rate (EDR) supports a maximum data link rate of 3 Mbps.
Artikelnummer: 2590977 – Letzte Überarbeitung: 04.08.2011 – Revision: 1