Project: IP-Based Wireless Sensor Networks: 6LoWPAN Tealtime Testbed
Duration: 03.2007 - 02.2017
Funding Support: Brain Korea-21, DSU, NIMS, HUFS, MtoV Inc.
Description: In this project, we have developed a framework for IPv6-Low Power Wireless Personal Area Networks (6LoWPAN) that utilizes short adaptation identifiers (AIDs) in place of full IPv6 addresses to enable effective IPv6 header compression in communication between IEEE 802.15.4 nodes and the IPv6 domain. To facilitate this, we have implemented a mechanism for translating AIDs to IPv6 addresses and maintaining an AID-IPv6 translation table at the gateway and In-node. When a packet is transmitted, it carries an AID value in the adaptation header instead of the OUT-node's IPv6 address, which is then translated back to IPv6 at the gateway using the AID-IPv6 translation table. In addition, we have designed an effective frame format for the adaptation layer to support both global and local communication in this context. As a reminder, the primary goal of 6LoWPAN is to provide internet connectivity to low-power networks using the IEEE 802.15.4 standard. This allows IN-nodes within the network to communicate with OUT-nodes in the IPv6 domain.
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Performance Analysis of Gateway Discovery Techniques: IPv6 based Wireless Sensor Networks", INTERNET2010, Valencia, Spain, September 20~25,2010, pp.142-146.
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