Performance and interoperability evaluation of radiofrequency home automation protocols and Bluetooth Low Energy for smart grid and smart home applications

@article{Courrges2016PerformanceAI,
  title={Performance and interoperability evaluation of radiofrequency home automation protocols and Bluetooth Low Energy for smart grid and smart home applications},
  author={Stanis Courr{\`e}ges and Salma Oudji and Vahid Meghdadi and Christian Brauers and R{\"u}diger Kays},
  journal={2016 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE)},
  year={2016},
  pages={391-392}
}
The paper presents an evaluation of the performances and the coexistence of standard home automation radiofrequency protocols such as KNX-RF Multi, Zigbee and EnOcean with Bluetooth Low Energy protocol available in smartphone and tablets in the domain of smart grid and smart home. This work allows describing an overall interoperable and efficient radiofrequency system in this domain based on the strengths of each available RF standard. 
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