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What does LLC stand for?

LLC stands for Logical Link Control


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He details the lower layers of Bluetooth Low Energy, including single and dual-mode devices, the protocol stack from bottom to top, the main enhancements of each layer, and how the technology leads to reductions in power consumption; the upper layers, Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol, the Security Manager, the concept of attributes and Attribute Protocol, the Generic Access Profile, Generic Attribute Profile (GATT)-based profiles, and how to develop basic applications; and the testing and qualification process.
TW), one of the world's largest IC design houses and a market leader in Ultra-Wideband (UWB) technology, has announced its RTU7105, a highly-integrated, single-chip, all-CMOS solution supporting Certified Wireless USB Device Controller and WiMedia Logical Link Control Protocol functionality.
Highlights of the event, which took place from August 29-September 6, included: a Plugfest at which NFC Forum member companies successfully tested the interoperability of their technologies with those of their peers; a validation test of the Forum's Logical Link Control Protocol (LLCP) candidate specification; a well-attended Spotlight Session for Developers; and the selection of two test tool vendors, AT4 wireless and Integri, to partner with the Forum in developing compliance testing equipment.
1 specification implementing the Host Controller Interface (HCI) with the USB, UART, Transport Layers; the Logical Link Control and Adaptation Protocol (L2CAP); the Service Discovery Protocol (SDP); Serial Port Emulation (RFCOMM); the Telephony Control protocol Specification (TCS) and Synchronous Connection Oriented (SCO) connections; and Object Exchange (OBEX) functions.