Semi-Distributed Scatternet Re-formation for Improving Bluetooth Network Availability

Provided by: International Journal of Emerging Trends & Technology in Computer Science (IJETTCS)
Topic: Mobility
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Since most of Bluetooth devices are portable and battery-driven, the mobility and residual battery energy of the devices dominate the network availability of Bluetooth scatternet. In this paper, a Semi-Distributed Scatternet Reformation (SDSR) approach is proposed to re-construct Bluetooth scatternet to cope with device mobility and low battery energy. Firstly, a super node is responsible for collecting, in a centralized manner, the mobility and residual lifetime of each device in the Bluetooth network, and then figures out the highly available scatternet.

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