The Impact Of Wireless Security Protocols on Post Processed Telemetry Data Transfer
AuthorKalibjian, Jeffrey R.
AffiliationHewlett Packard Corporation
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AbstractCommercial wireless protocol use (e.g. Wireless Access Protocol, Bluetooth, etc.) is becoming widespread as the demand to access computing devices in remote locations grows. Although not widely prevalent today, wireless access of post processed telemetry data will become a common activity. Essential to the use of such a capability is the security of the wireless links involved in the data transfer. Each wireless protocol has an associated security paradigm. Some protocols have stronger security schemes than others and this should influence protocol selection for particular telemetry data transfer applications.
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