Precise Energy Modeling for the Bluetooth Low Energy Protocol

  title={Precise Energy Modeling for the Bluetooth Low Energy Protocol},
  author={Philipp H. Kindt and Daniel Yunge and Robert Diemer and Samarjit Chakraborty},
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is a wireless protocol well suited for ultralow-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. It reuses many parts of the Bluetooth BR hardware and software stack to enable dual mode devices supporting Bluetooth BR/EDR and BLE. To… CONTINUE READING
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