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Toward improving the mobile experience with proxy transcoding and virtual composite devices for a scalable bluetooth LAN access solution

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Bluetooth is a relatively new wireless technology that holds much promise as an inexpensive, power conserving, pervasive global standard for short-range communication with support for voice, data, ad-hoc networking and LAN access. A scalable LAN access solution based on Bluetooth, called blu21, has been developed by Siemens to support information access via mobile devices in enterprise and public hotspots. In this paper we introduce blu21 then describe an associated dynamic content adaptation service called bluMediator and additional services aimed toward improving the efficacy of the mobile browsing experience.

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Mobile Data Management, 2002. Proceedings. Third International Conference on

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8-11 Jan. 2002

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