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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Příležitosti tržního rozvoje produktu BLUEINFO společnosti DEEP VISION s.r.o.

Tomišková, Kateřina January 2010 (has links)
No description available.
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Aspectos de comunicação e cifragem para a rede Bluetooth

MELO, Guilherme Nunes 31 January 2010 (has links)
Made available in DSpace on 2014-06-12T17:35:15Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 2 arquivo2451_1.pdf: 803901 bytes, checksum: 0a02a79d17fe161db2d26010ad1f9d44 (MD5) license.txt: 1748 bytes, checksum: 8a4605be74aa9ea9d79846c1fba20a33 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2010 / Nesta dissertação são investigados alguns dos algoritmos usados para realizar o processo de criação das chaves de segurança usadas na criptografia da tecnologia Bluetooth, apresentando-se exemplos práticos. Todo o processo foi desenvolvido usando-se a linguagem de programação Visual C++. O software desenvolvido nesta dissertação permite o acesso a todo o processo de criação das chaves de segurança, possibilitando analisá-los detalhadamente, inclusive com acesso às saídas intermediárias. Deste modo, além das entradas e saídas que usualmente estão disponíveis, esse desenvolvimento permite acessar vários outros pontos internos do sistema, possibilitando uma melhor percepção de todo o processo de criação das chaves de segurança
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Programmable Testbed for Bluetooth Experimentation

Wernsing, Galahad M 09 December 2019 (has links)
Wireless device development requires extensive testing of the hardware and software that is being developed. Existing technologies used to test Bluetooth systems are limited by both design constraints and high hardware costs, restricting their usefulness. This project developed and demonstrated a Bluetooth testbed addressing limitations with existing systems by taking a unique approach to data collection. The three parts of this project are: a throughput test with data logging, a firmware loading utility for the hardware used in this project, and an interface with a commercially available Software-Defined Radio.
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Bluetooth Telemetry System for a Wearable Electrocardiogram

Green, Ryan B (Ryan Benjamin) 17 August 2013 (has links)
The rise of wireless networks has led to a new market in medicine: remote patient monitoring. Practitioners now desire to monitor the health conditions of their patients after hospital release. With the large number of cardiac related deaths and this new demand in medicine being the motivation, this study developed a Bluetooth® telemetry system for a wearable Electrocardiogram. This study also developed a compression t-shirt to hold the ECG and telemetry system. This device communicates the ECG signal of a patient to an Android device within the ISM frequency bands (2.4-2.48 GHz) where the data is displayed and stored in real time. This study is a stepping stone toward more portable heart monitoring that can communicate with the doctor in real time from remote locations.
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A Bluetooth Low Energy Indoor Object Positioning System

An, Zhigang 01 June 2017 (has links)
No description available.
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Position Location of Remote Bluetooth Devices

Bielawa, Timothy M. 21 July 2005 (has links)
The recent proliferation of Bluetooth Devices has caught the attention of hackers. With Bluetooth devices being put in everything from cell phones to PDAs to laptops, the abuse of this technology could have an even bigger impact than the viruses and malware running rampant on the internet. Bluetooth is a short range wireless technology intended to interconnect consumer electronics devices of all kinds. The same features that make Bluetooth so attractive to manufacturers, also makes it attractive to hackers. Bluetooth devices can quickly setup up ad-hoc networks with other, previously unknown devices. Hackers have started to take advantage of the ease with which a connection can be established along with the average user's lack of computer security knowledge to break into PDAs, cell phones to steal address books and credit card numbers. One of the largest obstacles that must be overcome in Bluetooth security is the mobility of devices and the relatively short duration of connections. In the Internet, threats can often be traced back to a source, and in many cases the source of the threat can be shut down. However, in a Bluetooth Network devices connect directly to one another, and there are no wires to follow to pinpoint the offending device. This thesis will explore the techniques for the location of Bluetooth Devices. An ideal position location system would be one that operates completely within the Bluetooth Specification. Such a system will be able to use any available Bluetooth Device to find the location of other devices. The primary focus of this thesis will be on such a system, with an overview of traditional radio position location techniques and Bluetooth so that we might gain some insight into how these techniques can be applied to Bluetooth. Data are presented from an extensive set of measurements to relate Bluetooth RSSI and distance on CSR BlueCore02 devices. Finally the results of the data are analyzed to give a rough estimate of the range error that would be incurred in the implementation of such a system. / Master of Science
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The Device Discovery in Bluetooth Scatternet Formation Algorithm

Jedda, Ahmed 25 May 2010 (has links)
The Bluetooth Scatternet Formation (BSF) problem can be defined as the problem of forming wireless networks of Bluetooth devices in an efficient manner. A number of restrictions imposed by the Bluetooth specifications make the BSF problem challenging and unique. Many interesting solution algorithms have been proposed in the literature to solve this problem. In this thesis, we investigate the BSF problem. We concentrate on problems introduced by the procedures of device discovery of the Bluetooth specifications and on the different solutions used by BSF algorithms to deal with these problems. We study also in this thesis problems introduced by the specifications of link establishment in Bluetooth due to their close interaction with the device discovery specifications. We survey and categorize the different device discovery techniques used by BSF algorithms. This categorization is then used as a basis to identify the different theoretical computational models used to study BSF algorithms. We argue, in this thesis, that the currently available models for Bluetooth wireless networks do not model adequately, in most cases, the complexities of the Bluetooth specifications and we show that these models were oversimplified in many cases. A general computational model will be useful as a starting point to design BSF algorithms and to compare the different and numerous BSF algorithms – especially in term of the execution time efficiency. In this thesis, we provide a set of suggestions that will help in the creation of such model. We survey a number of studies that examined in more depth the specifications of device discovery in Bluetooth. We survey also other studies that attempted to simplify the Bluetooth network model, either by suggesting modifications on the Bluetooth specifications or by the use of communication technologies other than Bluetooth. Finally, we present some experiments accompanied with analyzes to show the complexities of the Bluetooth specifications and their sensitivity to minor changes (whether in the specifications or in their implementation).
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The Device Discovery in Bluetooth Scatternet Formation Algorithm

Jedda, Ahmed 25 May 2010 (has links)
The Bluetooth Scatternet Formation (BSF) problem can be defined as the problem of forming wireless networks of Bluetooth devices in an efficient manner. A number of restrictions imposed by the Bluetooth specifications make the BSF problem challenging and unique. Many interesting solution algorithms have been proposed in the literature to solve this problem. In this thesis, we investigate the BSF problem. We concentrate on problems introduced by the procedures of device discovery of the Bluetooth specifications and on the different solutions used by BSF algorithms to deal with these problems. We study also in this thesis problems introduced by the specifications of link establishment in Bluetooth due to their close interaction with the device discovery specifications. We survey and categorize the different device discovery techniques used by BSF algorithms. This categorization is then used as a basis to identify the different theoretical computational models used to study BSF algorithms. We argue, in this thesis, that the currently available models for Bluetooth wireless networks do not model adequately, in most cases, the complexities of the Bluetooth specifications and we show that these models were oversimplified in many cases. A general computational model will be useful as a starting point to design BSF algorithms and to compare the different and numerous BSF algorithms – especially in term of the execution time efficiency. In this thesis, we provide a set of suggestions that will help in the creation of such model. We survey a number of studies that examined in more depth the specifications of device discovery in Bluetooth. We survey also other studies that attempted to simplify the Bluetooth network model, either by suggesting modifications on the Bluetooth specifications or by the use of communication technologies other than Bluetooth. Finally, we present some experiments accompanied with analyzes to show the complexities of the Bluetooth specifications and their sensitivity to minor changes (whether in the specifications or in their implementation).
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LBF: Lightweight Bluetooth Framework: An Extension of the iOS Core Bluetooth LE Framework

Newbry, Chad W 01 January 2014 (has links)
The iOS 7 Core Bluetooth Framework (CB) is finally at a level where it can be used in projects to create valuable iOS applications. Due to its maximum broadcast radius of 30ft it lends itself to nearby communication. This thesis explores the Bluetooth space generally before delving into location-based data transfer using Bluetooth. The CB provided by Apple is powerful, but somewhat cumbersome. It forces the developer to deal with details related to device discovery and connections which can be tangential to the goal of the developer: sending data between devices. I built the Lightweight Bluetooth Framework (LBF) which makes the features of the CB more accessible by abstracting away from the implementation details of CB. LBF supports any number of data types being transferred as well as any number of total pieces of data regardless of data type. The system accomplishes this by assigning specific Characteristics to a particular data type and having pieces of data be uniquely identified with an ID when they are broadcasted. This unique ID is then used to associated the proper object with the received data. This will enable developers to focus on the implementation of their App without getting hung up on the details of the CB. Additionally, benchmark tests are done on the Lightweight Bluetooth Framework to determine what data transfer speed the framework supports. These tests reveal that transfer speed depends on hardware, but independent of hardware are too slow to transfer images, video, or sound.
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The Device Discovery in Bluetooth Scatternet Formation Algorithm

Jedda, Ahmed 25 May 2010 (has links)
The Bluetooth Scatternet Formation (BSF) problem can be defined as the problem of forming wireless networks of Bluetooth devices in an efficient manner. A number of restrictions imposed by the Bluetooth specifications make the BSF problem challenging and unique. Many interesting solution algorithms have been proposed in the literature to solve this problem. In this thesis, we investigate the BSF problem. We concentrate on problems introduced by the procedures of device discovery of the Bluetooth specifications and on the different solutions used by BSF algorithms to deal with these problems. We study also in this thesis problems introduced by the specifications of link establishment in Bluetooth due to their close interaction with the device discovery specifications. We survey and categorize the different device discovery techniques used by BSF algorithms. This categorization is then used as a basis to identify the different theoretical computational models used to study BSF algorithms. We argue, in this thesis, that the currently available models for Bluetooth wireless networks do not model adequately, in most cases, the complexities of the Bluetooth specifications and we show that these models were oversimplified in many cases. A general computational model will be useful as a starting point to design BSF algorithms and to compare the different and numerous BSF algorithms – especially in term of the execution time efficiency. In this thesis, we provide a set of suggestions that will help in the creation of such model. We survey a number of studies that examined in more depth the specifications of device discovery in Bluetooth. We survey also other studies that attempted to simplify the Bluetooth network model, either by suggesting modifications on the Bluetooth specifications or by the use of communication technologies other than Bluetooth. Finally, we present some experiments accompanied with analyzes to show the complexities of the Bluetooth specifications and their sensitivity to minor changes (whether in the specifications or in their implementation).

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