Bluetooth is one of the 2 default secondary wireless protocol supported by all Private Cyberspaces. Bluetooth is used in situations where WiFi is not practical or feasible.
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Minimum supported version is Bluetooth 4.0 from 2010, also known as Bluetooth LE (Bluetooth Low Energy).
Bluetooth 4.0 - Bluetooth Low Energy
Bluetooth 4.1 - direct IoT connection
Bluetooth 4.2 - direct IPv6 connection
Bluetooth 5.0 - higher speed longer range
Bluetooth 5.1 - direction finding
Bluetooth 5.2 - improved audio
Bluetooth 5.3 - better signal quality and security
Personal Console uses the mobile phone to scan for emitted bluetooth signals to determine current position. It is also possible to do it the other way round - use other nearby Bluetooth devices to scan for bluetooth signals emitted by the the mobile phone.
This way is NOT receommneded, as we believe our way is substantially more private, however it is interesting to know there are alternatives available: