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Information Delivery System through Bluetooth in Ubiquitous Networks

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Information Delivery System through Bluetooth in Ubiquitous Networks
------------------------------------------------------ABSTRACT-------------------------------------------------------Ubiquitous and pervasive computing (UPC) is a popular paradigm whose purpose is to emerge computers into the real world, to serve humans where the ubiquitous network is the underneath infrastructure. In order to provide ubiquitous services (u-Service) which deliver useful information to service users without human intervention, this paper implements a proactive information delivery system using Bluetooth technology. Bluetooth is a lowpowered networking service that supports several protocol profiles, most importantly file transfer.Combined together, ubiquitous computing and Bluetooth have the potential to furnish ubiquitous solutions (u-Solutions) that are efficient, employ simplified design characteristics, and collaboratively perform functions they are otherwise not capable. Thus, this paper first addresses the current Bluetooth technology. Then, it suggests and develo...
D. Asha Devi, M. Suresh Bab, V. L. Pavani, N. Geet
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CORR
Authors D. Asha Devi, M. Suresh Bab, V. L. Pavani, N. Geethanjali
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