Publication detail

Bluetooth for Mobile Robot Communication

HYNČICA, O.

Original Title

Bluetooth for Mobile Robot Communication

English Title

Bluetooth for Mobile Robot Communication

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

In this work the problem of communication within a group of mobile autonomous robots is being addressed. A protocol for structuring and maintaining an ad hoc network in situations with high mobility is proposed and tested in a simulation. The communication is based on the Bluetooth wireless technology. The protocol proposed here is distributed, executed by each node running a similar state-machine as proposed in the Blue-star islands system [5]. The applied rules and required properties of the resulting network are adapted from Bluenet [4] and BTCP [3]. The basis of the protocol that maintains and assures connectivity through the network is based on the principle proposed in [2].

English abstract

In this work the problem of communication within a group of mobile autonomous robots is being addressed. A protocol for structuring and maintaining an ad hoc network in situations with high mobility is proposed and tested in a simulation. The communication is based on the Bluetooth wireless technology. The protocol proposed here is distributed, executed by each node running a similar state-machine as proposed in the Blue-star islands system [5]. The applied rules and required properties of the resulting network are adapted from Bluenet [4] and BTCP [3]. The basis of the protocol that maintains and assures connectivity through the network is based on the principle proposed in [2].

RIV year

2004

Released

20.05.2004

Publisher

CVUT

Location

Praha

Pages from

IC20

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT11207,
  author="Ondřej {Hynčica}",
  title="Bluetooth for Mobile Robot Communication",
  annote="In this work the problem of communication within a group of mobile autonomous robots is being
addressed. A protocol for structuring and maintaining an ad hoc network in situations with high mobility is
proposed and tested in a simulation. The communication is based on the Bluetooth wireless technology. The
protocol proposed here is distributed, executed by each node running a similar state-machine as proposed in the
Blue-star islands system [5]. The applied rules and required properties of the resulting network are adapted from
Bluenet [4] and BTCP [3]. The basis of the protocol that maintains and assures connectivity through the network
is based on the principle proposed in [2].",
  address="CVUT",
  booktitle="8th International Student Conference on",
  chapter="11207",
  institution="CVUT",
  year="2004",
  month="may",
  pages="IC20",
  publisher="CVUT",
  type="conference paper"
}