Bluetooth Inquiry Procedure: Optimization and Influence of the Number of Devices

O. Fresnedo, D.I. Iglesia, and C.J. Escudero (Spain)


Bluetooth, inquiry procedure, optimization, analysis, sim ulation


This paper presents an analysis of the inquire Bluetooth procedure. This analysis obtains optimum parameters to improve the performance of this mechanism in order to re duce the time necessary to discover Bluetooth devices in a coverage area. It is shown how the default parameters, specified in the standard, are not optima at all and new ad justements have been achieved in order to reduce the dis covering time of new bluetooth devices. By other hand, we show the results obtained for different number of master and slave devices and their influence in the time and prob ability of discovering devices.

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