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Title: A COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE STUDY ON BLUETOOTH AND ZIGBEE TECHNOLOGY IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION
Researcher: SHARMA YOGESH KUMAR
Guide(s): SURENDER
Keywords: COMPUTER SCIENCE
Upload Date: 1-Jul-2014
University: Shri Jagdishprasad Jhabarmal Tibarewala University
Completed Date: 28-01-2014
Abstract: newlineManufactory automation, of late, has emerged globally into a really enticing analysis space. Varied disciplines with entirely new spectrums have come out together with communication, data, computer, control, sensor, associate degreed mechanism engineering in an integrated means, producing fresh results, enhanced output and a proper system. To do the functionality of interconnected functions, there is always a manufactory automation system, often combined with varied sensors, controllers, and heterogeneous machines employing a common message specification. Many alternative network varieties are promoted to be used on a store floor, together with management space network (CAN), method fieldbus, Modbus, and so on. However, opting for an acceptable network commonplace for a selected application may be considered as an important issue to the economic engineers. A recent study done by Lain et al., evaluated the LAN (carrier sense multiple access with collision detection, CSMA/CD bus), ControlNet (token-passing bus), and DeviceNet (CSMA with arbitration on message priority, CSMA/AMP bus) for networked management applications. Taking a closely knit discussion of the medium access management (MAC) sub layer protocol for every network, the study illustrated the key parameters of the cnetwork once employed in a sway scenario, together with network utilization and time delays. So far as the wireless communications are concerned, it may prove to be a technology to produce flexibility as well as quality from the point of view of accessing networks and services minus cables. Putting restrictions on cables is one of the advantages of wireless related to cabled devices. Alternative advantages embrace the dynamic network formation, low cost, and simple preparation.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/20091
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Computer Science & Engineering

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