Spanish researchers have formulated a new method that ensures that information is shared effectively and fast using Bluetooth technology
Bluetooth technology is the most widespread standard wireless communication in today’s world. One of its approaches is the creation of electronic sensor networks. The Researchers of the University of the Basque Country in northern Spain studied the functionality of Bluetooth networks and at the same time measured the delays that were taking place in information transmission time.
According to the Spanish researchers, a new method has been devises that enables the information to get shared more effectively and quickly using Bluetooth technology. This technology is the most widespread standard wireless communication.
According to the lead researcher, Josu Etxaniz-Maranon from the university’s Electronic Design Research Group, “As time is a vital factor and the interval that ranges between measuring a person’s heart rate and acquiring the data should be as short as possible”.
As a result, a team of researchers designed a hardware platform with specific cards that communicate via Bluetooth and form networks.
In this multi-hop system, the data was transferred from one extent of the network to another end and then brought them back efficiently.
This model is expected to keep forward the key equations to predict the time lags and can be applied to any Bluetooth network.