The building blocks of all Bluetooth devices

Bluetooth® specifications define the technology building blocks that developers use to create the interoperable devices that make up the thriving Bluetooth ecosystem. Bluetooth specifications are overseen by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) and are regularly updated and enhanced by Bluetooth SIG Working Groups to meet evolving technology and market needs.

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Get links to the most current, adopted Bluetooth Core Specifications.

Gets links to the recently adopted Mesh networking specifications (Mesh Profile, Mesh Model, and Mesh Device Properties), which define requirements to enable an interoperable many-to-many (m:m) mesh networking solution for Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) wireless technology.

Get links to the most current, adopted traditional profile specifications, which define possible applications and specify general behaviors that Bluetooth enabled devices use to communication with each other.

Get links to the most current, adopted protocol specifications, which define the protocols that govern communication among devices on Bluetooth wireless networks.

Get links to the most current, adopted Generic Attributes (GATT) profile specifications and service specifications.

Link to Errata Service Releases (ESRs), documents that list errata identifying corrections to each Bluetooth specification since the specification was last adopted.

Get links to the most current, approved versions of qualification test requirement documents referenced in the TCRL.

Get current listings of assigned numbers, codes, and other identifiers in the Assigned Numbers developer database for the Bluetooth SIG. Submit number requests.

View a status summary and link to project pages for specifications in development by the Bluetooth SIG.

Interoperable Prototype Test Events (IOP)

Got an idea for a new specification? Submit a proposal to have a group steer your idea for a new specification through the spec development process.