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Energy-Efficient Voice Data Broadcast Method in Wireless Personal Area Networks for IoT
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 Title & Authors
Energy-Efficient Voice Data Broadcast Method in Wireless Personal Area Networks for IoT
Lee, Jaeho;
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 Abstract
Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) is a representative break-through communication technology for wireless personal area networks on nowaday. In this environment, most of significant performance should be aiming to energy efficiency due to the policy for manufacturing light-weighted communication devices derived from requirement of world IoT market, and many researches have been developed to satisfy this requirement. While Bluetooth LE has been leading the low power communication technology required from the current market by employing duty cycle and frequency hopping approaches, it couldn't address the problem of reliability on broadcast transmissions. The main goal of this paper is aiming to addressing this problem by suggesting a new method. Furthermore analytic evaluations would also be proceeded to find objective results in the view point of broadcast transmission efficiency from Master device.
 Keywords
Bluetooth;BLE;IoT;Energy Efficiency;Broadcast;MAC;
 Language
Korean
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