Robert Diemer

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Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is a wireless protocol well suited for ultra-low-power sensors running on small batteries. It is optimized for low power communication and is not compatible with the original Bluetooth, referred to as Bluetooth Basic Rate (BR)/Enhanced Data Rate (EDR). BLE is described as a new protocol in the official Bluetooth 4.0 specification.(More)
—The Bluetooth SIG recently released the Health Device Profile (HDP) in an effort to standardize health device communication using Bluetooth technology. HDP uses the IEEE 11073-20601 Data Exchange Protocol as the transport content. The same traffic can be sent using the popular Serial Port Profile (SPP), but this profile is not configured for health device(More)
One of the main challenges in the body-area sensor network domain is to suitably break complex signal processing tasks into manageable parts in order to reduce their algorithmic complexity while retaining their output quality. The goal is to map some of these tasks onto sensor nodes and the others onto computation platforms or gateways like mobile phones.(More)
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