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Real-Time Video Streaming Over Bluetooth Network Between Two Mobile Nodes

Real-Time Video Streaming Over Bluetooth Network Between Two Mobile Nodes

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Volume 7, Issue 3, May 2010, Computer Science Issues, International Journal, Computer Science, IJCSI, http://www.IJCSI.org, Open Access, refereed journal
Volume 7, Issue 3, May 2010, Computer Science Issues, International Journal, Computer Science, IJCSI, http://www.IJCSI.org, Open Access, refereed journal

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IJCSI International Journal of Computer Science Issues, Vol. 7, Issue 3, No 11, May 2010ISSN (Online): 1694-0784ISSN (Print): 1694-0814
Real-Time Video Streaming Over Bluetooth NetworkBetween Two Mobile Nodes
Sourav Banerjee, Dipansu Mondal, Sumit Das and Ramendu Bikash GuinKalyani Government Engineering College,Kalyani, Nadia-741235, W.B.(INDIA)University of Kalyani,Kalyani, Nadia-741235, W.B.(INDIA)JIS College of Engineering,Kalyani, Nadia-741235, W.B.(INDIA)Kalyani Government Engineering College,Kalyani, Nadia-741235, W.B.(INDIA)
The Bluetooth arrangement provides a very robust and powerfultechnology within a short range wireless communication. Thecommunication over Bluetooth is complicated with a heavysecurity threat. Here, in this paper we proposed for a system,Bluetooth Enabled surveillance System (BESS) that will helptransmitting live video streaming in between two mobile phonevia built-in cell phone camera. This system can be useful forsurveillance of a secret area or monitoring of any important work.This system can help to prevent certain attack within a smallrange
1. Introduction
The Bluetooth [2] network is used to connect mobilenodes and other pervasive devices over the ISM band at2.420-2.485GHz, using a spread spectrum, frequencyhopping, full-duplex signal at a nominal rate of 1600hops/sec. The large scale use of Bluetooth technology andmobile devices has generated to provide the serviceswhich are currently available in wired network [1].Another important thing is power optimization [4] whichwill discuss later in this paper. Mobile phones are veryimportant and useful gadget and most of them havecamera using this feature our proposed plan will succeed.The video data transfer from one mobile node to other isvery difficult to implement. The video data input, acceptedthrough one mobile camera will be converted into bytestream and is directed in the output stream using Bluetoothlink. In the other side, mobile node which is now ready toaccept the byte stream will accept the inputstream. The accepted byte stream will be now redirectedto video format. Video over wireless communication(VoW) provides access to streaming video and supportsvarious types of critical application. The VoW technologyserves two main purposes, surveillance and monitoring. Inthe Bluetooth Version 1.1, there is no facility providedregarding video transmission. However, in enabling VoWto the end-user level, especially home appliances, mobilephones there is still no standard defined. Although thereare some Audio/Video protocols specified afterexploration of version 1.1, they are not finalized and thelatest Bluetooth version Bluetooth 2.0+EDR [3] onlyoffers a significant speed bump over its predecessor. Thisopens an opportunity for research into this field. The videodata streaming is tedious, but not so difficult.
2. The Architecture for Bluetooth
Bluetooth is based on IEEE802.11 standard. Bluetooth is alow cost, low power radio technology operating in theISM band. It consists of multiple mobile nodes whichmaintain network connectivity through wirelesscommunication link. The Bluetooth architecture is soflexible to use with low overhead. The Bluetooth network is dynamic and completely deployable. Bluetoothtechnology employs frequency hopping, to allow forconcurrent Bluetooth communications within radio rangeof each other without perceptible interference. TheBluetooth technology supports mainly three types of connection pattern for forming ad-hoc networks: point-to-point, piconet, scatternet. The point-to-point
IJCSI International Journal of Computer Science Issues, Vol. 7, Issue 3, No 11, May 2010www.IJCSI.org38 communication enables two nodes to communicate witheach other in some standard fashion. The piconet isactually point-to-multipoint communication. In thepiconet, there is a master and seven slaves are there toserve. The Scatternet is more difficult to implement. In ascatternet one of the nodes from a piconet can participateto other piconet as a slave or a master. This is possibleusing TDM technique. Most Bluetooth devices areavailable in USB and UART dongles, or PC card forPCMCIA interface.
Fig.1 Protocol Stack for Bluetooth
The specification for BT Radio layer is primarilyconcerned with the design of Bluetooth transceivers.The baseband layer defines how Bluetooth devices searchfor and connect to other devices. The baseband layersupports two types of links: Synchronous ConnectionOriented (SCO) and Asynchronous Connection-less(ACL). The Link manager layer implements the Link Manager Protocol (LMP), which manages the propertiesof air-interface link between devices.The LMP manages bandwidth allocation for all generaldata. The Logical Link Control and Adaptation protocollayer provides the interface between the higher-layerprotocol and lower-layer transport protocols. The L2CAPsupports multiplexing of several higher-layer protocols.This allows multiple protocols and applications to sharethe air-interface. It is also responsible for packetsegmentation and reassembly. The Host Control Interface(HCI) layer defines a standard interface for upper-levelapplication to access lower layers of the stack. Its purposeis to enable interoperability among devices and the use of existing higher-level protocols and applications.
3. Acquiring video data
Traditional video streaming over wired/wireless networkstypically has band-width, delay and loss-requirements dueto its real time nature.
Fig. 2 Architecture for video streaming over Bluetooth
Moreover, there are many potential reasons includingtime-varying features, out-of-range devices andinterference with other external devices that makebluetooth links more challenging for video streaming.
Image framesAcquisitionCamera I/PImageProcessing techniqueBluetoothNetworkImageProcessing TechniqueImage FramesReformingDisplay

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