Analysis of packet interference in a cluster of Bluetooth piconets under different traffic conditions

Kshirasagar Naik, David S L Wei, Yu T. Su, N. Shiratori

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    Abstract

    Study of packet interference is important because interference affects the throughput of a piconet. Motivated by the fact that applications will benefit, in terms of higher available data rate in one direction, by using multiple-slot packets in an asymmetric manner, in this paper, we present an analytical model of packet interference in a cluster of piconets using multiple-slot packets. Also, considering that all the portable devices can have a Bluetooth interface and people are highly mobile these days, it will not be uncommon to find a cluster of piconets of both the 79-hop and the 23-hop types in the same area. We then present an analytical model of interference of multiple-slot packets in a heterogeneous cluster of Bluetooth piconets. By a heterogeneous cluster we mean some piconets are of the 23-hop type and the rest are of 79-hop type. We show how the aggregate throughput in a cluster of piconets degrade under various traffic scenarios, such as 1-slot, 3-slot, and 5-slot packets in symmetric and asymmetric modes in synchronous and asynchronous conditions of Master clocks. Our analytic model is based on the idea of probabilistic graphs, where a node denotes a piconet and an edge denotes the probability of interference between two nodes.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)3450-3454
    Number of pages5
    JournalUnknown Journal
    Volume6
    Publication statusPublished - 2004

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Media Technology

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    Naik, K., Wei, D. S. L., Su, Y. T., & Shiratori, N. (2004). Analysis of packet interference in a cluster of Bluetooth piconets under different traffic conditions. Unknown Journal, 6, 3450-3454.