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authorAnderson Lizardo <anderson.lizardo@openbossa.org>2012-02-27 12:19:14 -0400
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bluez: Fix typos on "Services over GATT" section
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\subsection{Services over GATT}
-Generic Attribute Profile(GATT) defines a service framework for discovering
-services, and reading and writing characteristics using Attribute Protocol.
+The Generic Attribute Profile (GATT) defines a service framework for
+discovering services, and reading and writing characteristics using Attribute
+Protocol.
A service is composed by service declaration and characteristic definitions.
Attribute is the basic element used to describe services and characteristics.
-Currently, the adopted GATT based services runs over Low Energy transport only.
-However, BlueZ architecture supports to run GATT service over both transports:
+Currently, the adopted GATT based services run over Low Energy transport only.
+However, BlueZ architecture supports to run GATT services over both transports:
BR/EDR and Low Energy.
-For BR/EDR GATT PSM 1 is reserved for ATT. For Low Energy the fixed L2CAP
-channel 4 is reserved for ATT protocol.
+For BR/EDR, L2CAP PSM 0x001F is reserved for ATT. For Low Energy, the fixed
+L2CAP channel ID 0x0004 is reserved for ATT protocol.
-ATT is a sequential request-response protocol. A client shall not send a
-second request before receiving the response of the first request. In order
-to manage the restrictions imposed by the protocol an abstraction called
-GAttrib has been created allowing to share the same socket between multiple
-services scenario. Roughly, GAttrib is command/response queue shared between
-multiple local GATT profiles(server and/or client).
+ATT is a sequential request-response protocol. A client shall not send a second
+request before receiving the response of the first request. In order to manage
+the restrictions imposed by the protocol, an abstraction called GAttrib has
+been created, allowing to share the same socket between multiple services.
+Roughly speaking, GAttrib is a command/response queue shared between multiple
+local GATT profiles (server and/or client roles).
\subsubsection{Generic Attribute API}
\subsubsection{Proximity}