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Efficient Routing in Bluetooth Mesh Network with in-Packet Bloom Filters

@inproceedings{Sderholm2018EfficientRI,
  title={Efficient Routing in Bluetooth Mesh Network with in-Packet Bloom Filters},
  author={Jaakko S{\"o}derholm},
  year={2018}
}
Bluetooth Mesh Energy Consumption: A Model
TLDR
This paper model the current consumption, lifetime and energy cost per delivered bit of a battery-operated Bluetooth Mesh sensor node, and finds that a sensor device running on a simple 235 mAh battery, and sending a data message every 10 s, can achieve a lifetime of up to 15.6 months, whereas the asymptotic lifetime is 21.4 months.

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