Teknologi Bluetooth dengan Mekanisme Multihop

Endar Nirmala

Abstract


Bluetooth is a wireless communication technology that is used to exchange information, at a lower cost, use low power, the ability to work or interact between applications through approved protocols is very good, and easy operation. The Bluetooth operating range works on the 2.4 GHz unlicensed ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical) frequency band using a frequency hopping tranceiver that is able to provide real-time data and voice communication services between Bluetooth hosts. When Bluetooth devices communicate with each other, they will form a dynamic network called piconet, a network consisting of master and slave, in one piconet of no more than 7 slaves. Bluetooth also supports connections between piconets called scattemets. The mechanism for connecting between one piconet and another is called a hop mechanism.

Keywords


master; slave; piconet; scatternet; hoping

References


Specification of the Bluetooth System Version 1.1, http://www.bluetooth.com

Mahmoud, Q.H. Part II: Java APIs for Bluetooth Wireless Technology, http://www.java.sun.com

Haartsen, J., Bluetooth: Vision, Goals, and Architecture, Mobile Computing and Communication Review, volume 1, number 2.

Singh A., Demand Surges for Bluetooth Apps, http://www.expresscomputeronline.com

Ramiro Liscano, Introduction to Bluetooth Networking




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.32493/jtsi.v2i2.2740

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