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BWIG: Bluetooth Web Internet Gateway

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BWIG: Bluetooth Web Internet Gateway
Bluetooth is a new wireless standard for low cost, low power, local radio communications. This technology is designed to be small enough to fit inside any electronic device, hence revolutionizing wireless connectivity by enabling many new and innovative services for its users. Several usage models and applications are already being identified for various Bluetooth wireless mobile devices such as headsets, phones, computers, modems, and so forth. In this paper, we propose a new architecture called BWIG (Bluetooth Web Internet Gateway) which defines a Bluetooth usage model that provides seamless ad-hoc Web access for Internet-enabled Bluetooth portable devices such as PDAs, notebook computers and WAP mobile phones. We validate our proposal by developing a prototype implementation of the various functional blocks of BWIG and show how it can be deployed and used in actual devices for Internet access.
Nicolas Rouhana, Eric Horlait
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where ISCC
Authors Nicolas Rouhana, Eric Horlait
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