International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT)
Tethering is a low-cost, short-distance, wireless technology which employs the frequency hopping technique in the globally available ISM band to avoid interference. In the tethering, a network consists of one to five masters and up to seven alive slaves and handful of tethernet can couple with bridges to form a scatternet. The communication performance in a tethernet is depended on several factors, such as the numbers of tethernet and bridges, the role (master or slave) of the bridge, etc. After the entire slave has to halt for master's polling for packet transmission, the master is enhancing the bottleneck or hindrance device for communicating in a tethernet.