Polling best effort traffic in Bluetooth


Ait Yaiz, Rachid and Heijenk, Geert (2001) Polling best effort traffic in Bluetooth. In: Fourth International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications, WPMC'01, 9-12 Sep 2001, Aalborg, Denmark (pp. pp. 1381-1386).

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Abstract:Bluetooth [1] is a wireless access technology where polling is used to share bandwidth among the nodes. We have introduced a new poller named Predictive Fair Poller (PFP) in [2] and [3]. In this paper we explain the operation of the Predictive Fair Poller and compare it with the conventional Round Robin poller and the Fair Exhaustive Poller (FEP) [4] for two Best Effort traf- fic scenarios. We show through simulations that the Predictive Fair Poller is able to divide bandwidth in a fair and efficient manner.
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