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tinyLUNAR: One-Byte Multihop Communications Through Hybrid Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks

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tinyLUNAR: One-Byte Multihop Communications Through Hybrid Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks
Abstract. In this paper we consider a problem of implementing a hybrid routing protocol for wireless sensor networks, which natively supports data-centric, geographic-based and address-centric communication paradigms. We demonstrate the feasibility of such protocol by presenting tinyLUNAR, an adapted to the specifics of sensor networks reactive routing scheme originally developed for mobile wireless ad hoc networks. In addition to the support for several communications paradigms tinyLUNAR implements highly efficient multihop forwarding using only 1 B field that can be directly encoded in the standard IEEE 802.15.4 MAC header.
Evgeny Osipov
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where NEW2AN
Authors Evgeny Osipov
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