Bluetooth Dynamic Scheduling and Interference Mitigation
Nada T. Golmie
Bluetooth is a cable replacement technology for Wireless Personal Area Networks. It is designed to support a wide variety of applications such as voice, streamed audio and video, web browsing, printing, and file sharing, each imposing a number of quality of service constraints including packet loss, latency, delay variation, and throughput. In addition to QOS support, another challenge for Bluetooth stems from having to share the 2.4 GHz ISM band with other wireless devices such as IEEE 802.11. The main goal of this paper is to investigate the use of a dynamic scheduling algorithm that guarantees QoS while reducing the impact of interference. We propose a mapping between some common QoS parameters such as latency and bit rate and the parameters used in the algorithm. We study the algorithm's performance and obtain simulation results for selected scenarios and configurations of interest.
Journal on Special Topics in Mobile Networking and Applications
Bluetooth Dynamic Scheduling and Interference Mitigation, Journal on Special Topics in Mobile Networking and Applications, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=50717
(Accessed June 1, 2023)