Routing Protocols for Low Power and Lossy Networks in Internet of Things Applications

As the main contribution, this study presents a comprehensive discussion about the considered approaches, identifying the still remaining open issues and suggesting future directions to be recognized by new proposals

JosĂ© V. V. Sobral; Joel J. P. C. Rodrigues; Ricardo A. L. RabĂȘlo; Jalal Al-Muhtadi; Valery Korotaev


Scholarcy highlights

  • In the near future, it is expected that all things will be able communicate among themselves through the Internet
  • The process of forwarding multicast messages performed by the root node is similar to that proposed by Stateless Multicast RPL Forwarding
  • According to the results presented in each work, the majority of the studied solutions can improve the packet delivery rate and reduce energy consumption
  • The creation of the 6LoWPAN working group by Internet Engineering Task Force allowed the development of a solution to provide the use of IPv6 over low power devices
  • Initial conclusions of a study developed by the new working group showed that the existent IETF standard routing protocols were unable to provide the routing requirement of Low-power and Lossy Networks
  • Routing over Low-power and Lossy networks began the development of a new routing solution considering the specificities identified by the group for different LLN applications

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