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On the application of traffic engineering over bluetooth ad hoc networks

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On the application of traffic engineering over bluetooth ad hoc networks
The seamless communication of data and voice over short-range, point-to-multipoint wireless links between mobile and/or stationary devices is becoming a reality by newly introduced Bluetooth radio technology for Wireless Personal Area Networking, which can support only up to 1 Mbps of nominal bandwidth. It is based on a master-slave model where double the resources are allocated for any slave-to-slave communication via the master. In addition, it does not have any mechanism to serve demands exceeding this capacity. In this paper, we employ the concepts of Internet Traffic Engineering to maximize the channel utilization and optimize the performance of QoS-sensitive applications, with minimum possible interference. We introduce two novel techniques of Pseudo Role Switching (PRS) and Pseudo PaRtitioning (PPR) to alleviate bottlenecks in the existing schemes in a proactive manner. We propose a two-layered approach wherein we first achieve the maximum possible throughput in existing networ...
Sachin Abhyankar, Rishi Toshniwal, Carlos de M. Co
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where MSWIM
Authors Sachin Abhyankar, Rishi Toshniwal, Carlos de M. Cordeiro, Dharma P. Agrawal
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