Efficient relay node management in BLE MESH networks

Andrzej Bęben, Andrzej Bąk, Maciej Sosnowski

Abstract


The Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) MESH network technology gains popularity in low duty IoT systems. Its advantage is a low energy consumption that enables long lifetime of IoT systems. The paper proposes and evaluates new MRT management methods, i.e. exact and heuristic, that further improves energy efficiency of BLE MESH network by minimizing the number of active relay nodes. The performed experiments confirm efficiency of the MRT  methods resulting in significantly lower energy consumption of BLE MESH netwo

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