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The Cost of Installing a New Communication Schedule in a 6TiSCH Low-Power Wireless Network using CoAP (Extended Version)

Abstract : Scheduling in a IEEE802.15.4e TSCH (6TiSCH) low-power wireless network can be done in a centralized or distributed way. When using centralized scheduling, a scheduler installs a communication schedule into the network. This can be done in a standards-based way using CoAP. In this report, we compute the number of packets and the latency this takes, on real-world examples. The result is that the cost is very high using today's standards, much higher than when using an ad-hoc solution such as OCARI. We conclude by making recommendations to drastically reduce the number of messages and improve the efficiency of the standardized approach.
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Submitted on : Tuesday, December 8, 2015 - 3:19:22 PM
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Erwan Livolant, Pascale Minet, Thomas Watteyne. The Cost of Installing a New Communication Schedule in a 6TiSCH Low-Power Wireless Network using CoAP (Extended Version). [Research Report] RR-8817, Inria. 2015, pp.56. ⟨hal-01239994v1⟩

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