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Development of Discovery and Identification Protocol for Sensor

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Abstract. This paper describes a new application layer communication protocol Discovery and Identification Protocol (DIP). The DIP protocol is designed to be used in low power wireless sensor networks (WSN) for discovery of the sensor nodes and sensor data collection. We first describe the design of the protocol and then the implementation of the protocol in the event based operating system Contiki, which targets extremely low power devices such as sensor nodes. In the conclusion we give a comparison of DIP and Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) which is an application communication protocol with a more general design enabling the evolution of the current Web to the “Web of Things”

Topics: WSN, communication, discovery, web, measurements, metadata
Year: 2014
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