Reducing the Data Rate in Internet of Things Applications by Using Wireless Sensor Network

Omar Hashim Yahya, Haider Alrikabi, Ibtisam A. Aljazaery


Du to the raising  number  of  using Internet of Things (I O T) for personal and commercial devices and applications, as well as the continues needs for improving the quality of the performance for the internet – connected devices enhance the researchers to investigate solutions for managing the data through the network Because of the fact that  the internet-connected devices needs addresses for each sensor node uses the IP-network and a large number of electronic modules is fabricated to be compatible with IPv4 only like NodeMcu, ESP8266, Arduino WIFI, and ESP32  with knowing that the IPv4 has a limited addresses number that will not be enough for the needs of  IOT developments, Many researchers turned to IPv6. In the  proposed system, another solution is suggested instead of the IPV6. The proposed idea is based on Non-IP Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) by connecting many sensing nodes to the sink-node that has an IP to forward the data to the server to be visualized in a web-portal. By this method, it is able to connect more than one node to the internet over only one IP, there for the data rate that are needed will be decreased. In addition, by using the non-IP network, the data rate and the power consuming by the sensor nodes have been reduced, the practical results are discussed for connecting four nodes over one IP4 and how it will reduce the data rate and the power consuming. In this work, the esp33 has been used as a Sink-node, and the wireless transceiver module( NRF24) has been utilized to transmit the data from nodes to esp32.


Intern of Things (IOT), Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), Data Collection and Data Visualization.

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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