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ThinkMind // International Journal On Advances in Telecommunications, volume 1, number 1, 2008 // View article tele_v1_n1_2008_5


HTTP over Bluetooth: a J2ME experience

Authors:
Vincenzo Auletta
Carlo Blundo
Emiliano De Cristofaro

Keywords: Ubiquitous Computing, HTTP, Bluetooth, Mobile Phones, J2ME.

Abstract:
Over the last years, computation and networking have been increasingly embedded into the environment. This tendency has been often referred to as pervasive or ubiquitous computing, to remark the aim to a dense and widespread interaction among computing devices. User intervention and awareness are discarded, in opposition to an automatic adaptation of applications to location and context. To this aim, much attention is drawn to technologies supporting dynamicity and mobility over small devices which can follow the user anytime, anywhere. The Bluetooth standard particularly fits this idea, by providing a versatile and flexible wireless network technology with low power consumption. Operating in a license-free frequency, users are neither charged for accessing the network nor they need an account with any company. Bluetooth dynamically sets up and manages evolving networks, by providing the possibility of automatically discovering devices and services within its transmission range. Research studies have forecasted that within a few years, most of the devices accessing the Web will be mobile, and presumably most of them will be Bluetooth-enabled. Therefore, we need solutions that encompass networking, systems, and application issues involved in realizing mobile and ubiquitous access to services. In this paper, we present a lightweight solution to extend the possibility of accessing Web resources also from Bluetoothenabled mobile phones. All the implementation details will be hidden both to users and to application developers, allowing an easy and complete portability of applications working on traditional TCP/IP communication protocols towards the Bluetooth technology.

Pages: 57 to 66

Copyright: Copyright (c) to authors, 2008. Used with permission.

Publication date: February 24, 2009

Published in: journal

ISSN: 1942-2601

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