Seminar Report on Demand Based Bluetooth Scheduling

Introduction to Seminar Topic on Demand Based Bluetooth Scheduling:

The main objective of this paper is to give idea of Bluetooth scheduling.  As the wireless communication is advancing day to day, blue tooth technology has been developed. Bluetooth is defined as a wireless communication technology between devices which are Bluetooth enabled. The communication through this Bluetooth device is  possible within a range of 10m. Each cluster of blue tooth device is called as piconet.

Brief into Demand Base Bluetooth Scheduling

Generally, this Bluetooth technology operates in ISM band. Bluetooth employs Time Division Duplex for communication between devices. Since this band is so noisy, to reduce noise frequency hopping is used. Each piconet consists of one master and up to 7 slaves in which each master and slave communicate by using TDD slots. 

Piconet is identified by the Master Bluetooth Address and clock. If the blue tooth participates in two piconets then a bridge formed between them and this is called a scatter nets. Demand based Bluetooth scheduling is achieved by fixing the polling positions of synchronous and shared slaves. The polling period is updated based on the traffic of the master or slave. The simulation of Demand-based scheduling is done by considering only ADS slaves. 

Advantages and Disadvantage:

The Demand-based Bluetooth scheduling increases the throughput of the piconet and reduces the power consumption of the piconet. This scheduling increases the access latency of the slaves. If the access latency of the slaves increases, this may lead to losing a packet.

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