FSM--based power modeling of wireless protocols: the case of bluetooth
Contributo in atti di conferenza
The proliferation of pervasive computing applications relying on battery-powered devices and wireless connectivity is posing great emphasis on the issue of power optimization. While node-level models and approaches have been widely discussed, a problem requiring even greater attention is that of power associated with the communication protocols. We propose a high-level modeling methodology based on Finite State Machines useful to predict the energy consumption of given communication tasks with very low computational cost, which can be applied to any protocol. We use this methodology to create a power model of Bluetooth that we characterize and validate experimentally on a real implementation.
Atti di conferenza
ISLPED ''04: Proceedings of the 2004 international symposium on Low power electronics and design
ACM Press, New York, USA
Newport Beach, California, USA
bluetooth, power modeling, wireless protocols