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The 14 pin Bluetooth Daughter Cards (BDC) are USB Bluetooth Adapters that are installed in a proprietary BDC socket. The connection probably carries usb, power, led and enable signal. The antenna is printed on the PCB. The location varies by model (within the screen, under the palm rest area, etc.); refer to the Hardware Maintenance Manual for the location of the BDC.
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Very likely, '''all BDCs can be interchanged, allowing newer Bluetooth adapters to be installed in older ThinkPads.''' The Bluetooth 4.0 module has specifically been seen advertised like that by dealers and photos of different modules reveal no mechanical incompatibility. – Nevertheless do some Hardware Maintenance Manuals require using an M2 screw for one BDC and an M2.5 screw for another.
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{| width="100%"
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[[Image:Logo_bluetooth.jpg|Bluetooth Logo]]
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[[Image:FRU39T0497.jpg|250px]]
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===Bluetooth 2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate (EDR)===
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* Broadcom BCM2045B
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* USB id 0A5C:2110
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* FRU PN: 39T0497 ({{T60}}, {{T61}}, {{X60}}, {{X61}}, {{X300}})
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* {{Z60m}}, {{Z60t}}, {{Z61t}}
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* {{R60}}, {{R61}}
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* {{T60p}}, {{T61p}}
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* {{X60}}, {{X60s}}, {{X60 Tablet}}, {{X61s}}, {{X61 Tablet}}
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===Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR===
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* USB ids
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** 0A5C:2145
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** 0A5C:217F
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*** Broadcom BCM92070MD
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*** HCI/LMP version 2.1
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*** Firmware 104.66 / 3
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*** (information from hciconfig hciX features/version/revision)
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* FRU 42T0969, 60Y3211, 60Y3215 {{R400}}, {{R500}}, {{T400}}, {{T500}}, {{W500}}, {{W700}}, {{W700ds}}, {{X200}}, {{X200s}}, {{X201}}, {{X201s}}
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* FRU 44C9696 {{X200 Tablet}}, {{X201 Tablet}}
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* FRU 43Y6481 {{SL300}}, {{T400s}}, {{X301}}
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* FRU 60Y3199, 60Y3213 {{W701}}, {{W701ds}}, {{Edge 11"}}, {{T410}}, {{T410i}}, {{T410s}}, {{T410si}}
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* FRU 60Y3199 {{T510}}, {{T510i}}, {{W510}}, {{X100e}}
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* {{Edge 13"}}, {{Edge 14"}}, {{Edge 15"}}
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* {{L412}}, {{L512}}
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* {{SL400}}, {{SL500}}, {{SL500c}}, {{SL510}}
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* {{X220}}
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===Bluetooth 3.0===
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* {{E10}}, {{E30}}, {{E40}}, {{E50}}, {{E420}}, {{X1}}
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* FRU 60Y3271
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* FRU 60Y3275
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===Bluetooth 4.0===
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* FRU 60Y3303 Foxcon, 60Y3305 Liteon
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** {{T530}}, {{T540}}, {{E430}}, {{E431}}, {{E440}}, {{X230 Tablet}}, {{X230i}}, {{X230}}
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=== Details ===
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When Bluetooth is enabled, the Bluetooth-logo LED will light up and executing {{cmdroot|lsusb}} will show an entry mentioning "Broadcom".
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On recent ThinkPads the Wireless killswitch disables both WiFi and Bluetooth (verified on a ThinkPad Z60m, Z61t, T60, T61 and X61).
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==ThinkPads without BDC socket==
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Not every Bluetooth comes via 14 pin Bluetooth Daughter Card. The {{X130e}}, {{X140e}} and the {{X240}} for example use combined WiFi/Bluetooth mini-PCIe cards instead. Older devices use the [[CDC slot|Communication Daughter Card slot]] to provide Bluetooth.
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== See Also ==
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* [[How_to_setup_Bluetooth|How to Setup Bluetooth]]
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== External Sources ==
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*[http://www.broadcom.com/products/Bluetooth/Bluetooth-RF-Silicon-and-Software-Solutions/BCM2045 Broadcom BCM2045 Product]
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[[Category:Components]]
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Latest revision as of 18:09, 14 February 2020