Bluetooth is one of the most widespread technologies for personal area networks that allow portable devices to form multi-hop Bluetooth ad hoc. An Enhanced Protocol for Bluetooth Scatternet Formation and Routing For routing, AODV is modified to address the constraints of scatternets. It improves the. However, no routing protocol has yet been defined for Bluetooth scatternets. switching (AMSS), and an enhanced AODV algorithm for ad hoc routing. We have.

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Another application can be smart offices where more Bluetooth-enabled sensors can be placed at certain areas in comparison to others. When ordering directly through IGI Global’s Online Bookstore, receive the complimentary e-books for the first, second, and third editions with the purchase of the Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition e-book. Showing of prtoocol references.

Routing is one of the challenges in scatternets because of its impact on the sscatternet of the network. Bluetooth allows different activity states for the nodes: For routing, AODV is modified to address the constraints of scatternets. BSFRP defines rules for topology discovery, scatternet formation and routing.


The first phase is of topology discovery where nodes acquire knowledge of its one and two – hop neighbours by forming temporary piconets. Complete Article List Search this Journal: Rouuting is followed by simulation results in Section 5 and Section 6 concludes. It improves the AODV route discovery phase by considering hop count, residual node’s power, and route lifetime for best route selection.

This paper has 24 citations. The standard also allows multiple roles for the same device. The Bluetooth standard allows to form a one-hop network called a piconet consisting of one master and maximum 7 active slaves bluetooth. A node can be a master in one piconet and slave in another at different time instants.

Bluetooth Search for additional papers on this topic. Instant access upon order completion. To expand the physical size of the lower class short range Bluetooth networks, the piconets can be joined to form scatternets via Slave-Slave SS bridge a common slave node connected to multiple piconets on a time-sharing basis or Master-Slave MS bridge a link is established between nodes of multiple piconets as shown in Figure 1.

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Citations Publications citing this paper. After the protocol terminates the final scatternet is formed with only one leader. Scatternet formed by joining piconet 1 and 2 by an M-S Bridge and Piconets 1 and 3 byS-S Bridge; the circles represent transmission range of masters.


Simulation End-to-end encryption Mobile device. Network and Computer Applications The scatternet thus formed does not contain any master-slave bridgewhereas most of scattsrnet existing works on scatternet formation contains master-slave bridges.

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Enhanced AODV routing protocol for Bluetooth scatternet

Abstract Formation of scatternet using Bluetooth devices increases device tractability thereby inviting new networking applications to be bluetoth on it. Proceeding of the 14 th IEEE international…. This article is organized as follows.

LeeTarek N. It allows multi-hop communication among Bluetooth enabled devices thus allowing the provision of a number of new services.

Constructing efficient bluetooth scatternets. In Section 2 piconet formation in Bluetooth is discussed. Showing of 13 extracted citations. For instance, in a conference hall, Bluetooth-equipped users are seated in groups.

There are many real life applications that implicitly require non uniform deployment of Bluetooth-enabled devices.