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Bluetooth and sensor networks: a reality check

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Bluetooth and sensor networks: a reality check
The current generation of sensor nodes rely on commodity components. The choice of the radio is particularly important as it impacts not only energy consumption but also software design (e.g., network self-assembly, multihop routing and in-network processing). Bluetooth is one of the most popular commodity radios for wireless devices. As a representative of the frequency hopping spread spectrum radios, it is a natural alternative to broadcast radios in the context of sensor networks. The question is whether Bluetooth can be a viable alternative in practice. In this paper, we report our experience using Bluetooth for the sensor network regime. We describe our tiny Bluetooth stack that allows TinyOS applications to run on Bluetooth-based sensor nodes, we present a multihop network assembly procedure that leverages Bluetooth’s device discovery protocol, and we discuss how Bluetooth favorably impacts in-network query processing. Our results show that despite obvious limitations the Blue...
Martin Leopold, Mads Bondo Dydensborg, Philippe Bo
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where SENSYS
Authors Martin Leopold, Mads Bondo Dydensborg, Philippe Bonnet
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