Wireless Microservers

@article{Hartwig2002WirelessM,
  title={Wireless Microservers},
  author={Stephan Hartwig and Jan-Peter Str{\"o}mann and Peter Resch},
  journal={IEEE Pervasive Computing},
  year={2002},
  volume={1},
  pages={58-66}
}
With Bluetooth components getting smaller and cheaper, we might soon integrate wireless microservers into all kinds of electronic devices. The authors explore application of a general-purpose, pluggable microserver, based on wireless application protocol and Bluetooth technology, for remote control purposes. 

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