Delay Time Analysis and Energy Consumption Issues in Short Range Wireless Transaction System
|Kamani Krunalkumar C.1, Kathiriya Dhaval R.2
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Bluetooth is a promising short range wireless personal area network technology and is on the verge of being ubiquitously deployed over a wide range of devices. The basic unit of a Bluetooth network is a centralized master-slave topology, namely a piconet, which can be easily extended into a multi-hop adhoc network called a scatternet. Scatternets increase Bluetooth’s usability multi-folds such that numerous applications may be built over them to unleash the potential of Bluetooth. When more than seven devices to be connected in a Bluetooth scatternet, bridge devices are used to connect two piconets into a scatternet. To deal with possible data transmissions between different piconets, the bridge device must switch to different masters frequently. This may cause traffic in network. Our work tries to explore a less popular but powerful applications of Bluetooth which can help extend the range of Bluetooth communication and provide a free infrastructure for communication and find the transaction delay in Bluetooth network. Our approach is to design a transaction system that can be used to emulate and test the path selection from plentiful paths available from source to the destination. At the same this it assist user to select the optimal path. Due to this innovative approach; in transaction system it cause less traffic and it resultant in to less delay. Our work also analyzes the end-to-end packet delays, cumulative delay for both intra- and inter-piconet traffic and energy consumption, in a Bluetooth scatternet. Finally, we conduct simulations by using eclipse and NS-2 to demonstrate the efficiency and effectiveness of the proposed transaction system.