Providing QoS in Bluetooth


Ait Yaiz, Rachid and Heijenk, Geert (2005) Providing QoS in Bluetooth. Cluster Computing, 8 (2-3). 223- 231. ISSN 1386-7857

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Abstract:Bluetooth polling, also referred to as Bluetooth MAC scheduling or intra-piconet scheduling, is the mechanism that schedules the traffic between the participants in a Bluetooth network. Hence, this mechanism is highly determining with respect to the delay packets experience in a Bluetooth network. In this paper, we present a polling mechanism that provides delay guarantees in an efficient manner, and we evaluate this polling mechanism by means of simulation. It is shown that this polling mechanism is able to provide delay guarantees while saving as much as possible resources, which can be used for transmission of best effort traffic or for retransmissions.
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