Visible to the public Improving existing 6LoWPAN RPL for content based routing

TitleImproving existing 6LoWPAN RPL for content based routing
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsShirbhate, M. D., Solapure, S. S.
Conference Name2018 Second International Conference on Computing Methodologies and Communication (ICCMC)
ISBN Number978-1-5386-3452-3
Keywords6LoWPAN, 6LoWPAN RPL, CBR technique, composability, computer network reliability, Conferences, content based routing, content based routing technique, contiki operating system, cooja, cooja simulator., data aggregation, data aggregation ratio, energy consumption, Energy efficiency, home automation, Internet of Things, Linear programming, low-power wireless personal area network, Operating systems, operating systems (computers), packet delivery ratio, personal area networks, power consumption, Power demand, pubcrawl, reliability, Resiliency, Routing, routing protocol for low power and lossy network, Routing protocols, Sensor networks, telecommunication traffic, Traffic congestion

Internet of things has become a subject of interest across a different industry domain. It includes 6LoWPAN (Low-Power Wireless Personal Area Network) which is used for a variety of application including home automation, sensor networks, manufacturing and industry application etc. However, gathering such a huge amount of data from such a different domain causes a problem of traffic congestion, high reliability, high energy efficiency etc. In order to address such problems, content based routing (CBR) technique is proposed, where routing paths are decided according to the type of content. By routing the correlated data to hop nodes for processing, a higher data aggregation ratio can be obtained, which in turns reducing the traffic congestion and minimizes the energy consumption. CBR is implemented on top of existing RPL (Routing Protocol for Low Power and Lossy network) and implemented in contiki operating system using cooja simulator. The analysis are carried out on the basis average power consumption, packet delivery ratio etc.

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