Bluetooth Connect: Messaging App for Offline Communication Over Wide Range Using Mesh Networking or Range Extenders
Abeye Tewodros Tilahun, Dr. Sonal Sharma, Ananya Samuel Adane, Dawit Hadush Abrha, Ebenezer Mulugeta Woldehana, Nawid Barakzai
Internet, Bluetooth, Wireless, Network, Communication
When Internet service is not available, communication might be difficult. An Internet crash can arise due to natural catastrophes like earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, and disasters created by humans, like cyber attacks, censorship, police or security service actions, or system malfunctions. Especially in the event of a tragedy, people who live in these situations frequently find it challenging to communicate with one another and request help. An Android point-to-point chat tool using Bluetooth is designed and implemented in this article. Users can communicate directly with one another using our technology. The software enables Bluetooth text messaging connections between users. Two mobile devices connected by a Bluetooth Socket can interact without the Internet. We use Google Firebase for authentication in this Android-based app.
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Unique Paper ID: 160818

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 1300 - 1307
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