BQB

AcronymDefinition
BQBBluetooth Qualification Body
BQBBlack Quarterback (website)
BQBBusselton Regional Airport (Australia; airport code)
BQBBest Quality Buildings (Gambia)
BQBBioengineering Quiz Bowl (BMES)
BQBBelgian Quo Band
BQBBrother's Quality Bakery (Kearny, NJ)
BQBBrass Quintet Bucuresti (est. 1998; Romania)
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Whilst other silicon vendors have recently been reported to have EDR silicon, the fact is that, as of today, only CSR has Bluetooth silicon fully qualified by the BQB (Bluetooth Qualification Board - a prerequisite before Bluetooth silicon can be supplied) to v2.
Guillaume Ponticelli, R&D Manager at Innovi, says, "Both Bluetrek G2 and Innovi's module are approved by all major international standards bodies such as BQB, CE, FCC.
After determining the software's compliance on applicable profiles and protocols, the BQB certified the product with the Bluetooth SIG and officially placed it on the Bluetooth Qualified Product List.
7 layers UK Ltd, a leading engineering service company in the test and qualification sector for wireless communication technologies and products, today announced the appointment of Halam Rose as BQB (Bluetooth Qualifying Body) by the Bluetooth(R) Special Interest Group (SIG).
In 2000 WIDCOMM was the first company to bring BQB certified Bluetooth software to the world.
We evaluated many Bluetooth test solutions and found the CATC analyzers to be far superior to all other products available today," said Kurt Fischer, president of Hyper Corporation and a BQB.
BTE also includes test tools and the scripts necessary for Bluetooth product integration and preparation for BQB approval.
This offering combine's Oki's BQB certified Bluetooth module and Module System Development Kit (BT-MSDK) with BQB certified software stacks and a variety of sample applications from Oki's partner, Open Interface.
1 BQB Qualified, Have FCC Modular Approval, and feature Easy Integration, Broad Usage Scenarios,
The BQB is the technical qualification entity of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), a trade association comprised of leaders in the telecommunications, computing, and networking industries.