PocketDrive: A system for mobile control of desktop PC and its applications using PDAs
22nd International Symposium on Computer and Information Sciences, ISCIS 2007 - Proceedings
358 - 363
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Today, consumer electronic devices and PCs are inevitable parts of our daily life. Controlling those devices remotely is an important aspect of the technology. We have already universal remote control devices for controlling consumer electronic devices. Similarly, we may control our desktop and laptop PCs and their applications remotely via portable and smaller computers like PDAs and Pocket PCs. This paper presents a system and its architecture that enable a wireless-enabled PDA to control a PC and its applications remotely over a 802.11 or Bluetooth link. With such a system running on a PDA, a user can start, run and control PC applications from any location that is reachable via 802.11 link. This enables flexibility, ease of use, and freedom for the user of PC applications. ©2007 IEEE.
KeywordsCellular telephone systems
Control system applications
Hand held computers
Personal digital assistants
Consumer electronic devices
Universal remote control (URC)
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ISCIS.2007.4456888
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