An Internet of Things Wireless Sensor Network Data Exchange Model Based on Hierarchical Address Automatic Configuration and Header Compression Encoding Strategy

Yuankun Yang, Yongqing Ji

Abstract


To explore the wireless sensor network data exchange model, an addressing strategy is applied to the Internet of Things, and the real-time communication between the underlying wireless sensor network and the Internet based on the IEEE 802.15.4 protocol is realized. In addition, Hierarchical address auto configuration strategy is adopted. First of all, inside the bottom network, it allows nodes to use link local address derived by 16-bit short address for data packet transmission. Secondly, Sink node in each underlying network accesses to the global routing prefix through the upper IP router, and combined with interface identifier, it forms Sink node global address, and realizes wireless sensor network and Internet data exchange. The research results show that the strategy has certain superiority in network cost, throughput, energy consumption and other performances. In summary, the proposed addressing strategy has the characteristics of effectively integrating heterogeneous networks, reducing system energy consumption, increasing network throughput and ensuring real-time system performance for the future Internet of things.


Keywords


address automatic configuration; header compression; network data

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