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Adaptable PANID Generation Scheme for Resolving Address Conflict Based on Hash Mechanism in IoT Environment
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 Title & Authors
Adaptable PANID Generation Scheme for Resolving Address Conflict Based on Hash Mechanism in IoT Environment
Lee, Jaeho;
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 Abstract
Zigbee, which was a representative standard technology for dealing low energy and mesh networks in large deployment area such as smart home, smart building, and massive sensor networks, has been developed and deployed for increasing communication area by using Ad hoc method. It has been originally developed based on IEEE 802.15.4 standard so every node needs 48bit unique address defined by IEEE. However, it is absolutely inefficient to assign an unique address to every communication node where it would be deployed through large-scale network area, e.g., smart lighting and massive sensor networks, because there could be variously multiple companies to deploy network infrastructure and they could have different policy to assign node ID. To prevent the problem, this paper proposes a method of dynamic PANID assignment in overall Personal Coordinators, and also proposes a method for addressing PANID conflict problem which could be derived from dynamic PANID assignment.
 Keywords
Zigbee;ID Conflict;WPAN;IoT;Routing;Auto Configuration;
 Language
Korean
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