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Performance analysis of single-slave Bluetooth piconets under cochannel interference
(IEEE Computer Society, 2004)
We present an analytical model for single-slave Bluetooth piconets when the coexistence of multiple interfering devices produces collisions. Closed-form expressions for the channel throughput and the mean packet delay are ...
Soft real-time communications over Bluetooth under interferences from ISM devices
(John Wiley and Sons, 2006)
Bluetooth is a suitable technology to support soft real-time applications like multimedia streams at the personal area network level. In this paper, we analytically evaluate the worst-case deadline failure probability ...
A Smart Phone-based Personal Area Network for Remote Monitoring of Biosignals
This paper presents a system whose purpose is to monitor a patient continuously from indoor or outdoor environments. The system is based on a Bluetooth PAN, carried by the patient, whose central node, a smart phone, ...
A characterization of the performance of Bluetooth 2.x + EDR technology in noisy environments
Bluetooth (BT) is by far the most popular shortrange technology for the development of wireless personal area networks and body area networks. Nowadays, BT 2.0 and 2.1 ? EDR are the most extended and implemented versions ...
Analytical and empirical evaluation of the impact of Gaussian noise on the modulations employed by Bluetooth Enhanced Data Rates
Bluetooth (BT) is a leading technology for the deployment of wireless Personal Area Networks and Body Area Networks. Versions 2.0 and 2.1 of the standard, which are massively implemented in commercial devices, improve the ...
An Analytical Model for Estimating the Delay in Bluetooth Communications with Serial Port Profile
Bluetooth is currently a major technology for the deployment of wireless short range communications. This paper presents an ana-lytical model to compute the delay of Bluetooth transmissions with Serial Port Profile ...
An Analytical Study of the Delay in Bluetooth Networks Using the Personal Area Network Profile
(IEEE Computer Society, 2007)
Bluetooth is the most employed technology to develop Wireless Personal Area Networks. This letter studies the performance of Bluetooth transmissions that make use of the PAN (Personal Area Network) profile. In particular, ...
On the Capability of Smartphones to Perform as Communication Gateways in Medical Wireless Personal Area Networks
This paper evaluates and characterizes the technical performance of medical wireless personal area networks (WPANs) that are based on smartphones. For this purpose, a prototype of a health telemonitoring system is ...
Characterization of Bluetooth Packet Delay in Noisy Environments
(IEEE Computer Society, 2009)
This letter presents an analytical model to compute the delay of Bluetooth transmissions with Serial Port Profile (SPP) when interferences cause packet retransmissions. In particular, the model takes into consideration ...
Modeling of the Transmission Delay in Bluetooth Piconets under Serial Port Profile
(IEEE Computer Society, 2010)
Bluetooth is a key connectivity technology for the deployment of wireless Personal Area Networks as far as it is the most popular low power communication feature incorporated in devices such as laptops or smartphones. ...