2015 15th International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems (ICCAS) 2015
DOI: 10.1109/iccas.2015.7364839
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“…Using node addressing and to transmit data from the lower sensors to the central root node, the data is passed wirelessly from lower hierarchy nodes on up to higher hierarchy nodes and so on towards the root node. The routing path is determined by extracting the address pattern, where the relationship between parent and child can be determined by the ID number [3].…”
Section: Ble Based Tree Topology Networkmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Using node addressing and to transmit data from the lower sensors to the central root node, the data is passed wirelessly from lower hierarchy nodes on up to higher hierarchy nodes and so on towards the root node. The routing path is determined by extracting the address pattern, where the relationship between parent and child can be determined by the ID number [3].…”
Section: Ble Based Tree Topology Networkmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Another solution for constructing Tree based networks was published in 2015 [3]; the work in paper [3] proposes a method to implement the tree topology network using the BLE devices. The proposed method suggests switching the Central and Peripheral modeof the BLE module in each network node according to a time similar to the Time Division Duplex system, the main feature of the proposed method in [3] is to extend the communication coverage between the nodes at the different layers of the tree topology.…”
Section: Fig 6 Tree Network Nodes Addressing [3]mentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…For this work, we focused on the widely-used tree topology [9], [10] typically used to manage large scale networks. However, any topology can be built with NEMU.…”
Section: B Testbed Generationmentioning
confidence: 99%