Object Exchange, OBEX, IrDA, IrLAP
This paper demonstrates that careful tuning of the OBEX and IrLAP negotiated parameters allows OBEX to scale well for use with large data objects and high transmission rates. Due to the substantial time overhead inherent in link turnarounds, minimizing turnarounds during the transmission of a large object helps to maximimize link efficiency. The IrLAP window size and OBEX packet size significantly impact the number of required turnarounds during the transmission of a large object. When these parameters are properly tuned, maximum throughput can be achieved, and OBEX performs efficiently at high data rates.
Original Publication Citation
Casey T. Deccio, Joseph Ekstrom, D. Ryan Partridge, Kevin B. Tew, and Charles D. Knutson. "A Study of the Suitability of IrOBEX for High-Speed Exchange of Large Data Objects." Proceedings of the IEEE Global Communications Conference 23.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Deccio, Casey T.; Ekstrom, Joseph; Knutson, Charles D.; Partridge, D. Ryan; and Tew, Kevin B., "A Study of the Suitability of IrOBEX for High-Speed Exchange of Large Data Objects" (2003). Faculty Publications. 1051.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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