6LoWPAN


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6LoWPAN

(IPv6 over Low-power Wireless Personal Area Networks) An enhancement to the 802.15.4 group of personal area network (PAN) protocols that adds support for the larger IPv6 addresses. Bluetooth 4.2 added 6LoWPAN to enable devices to connect directly to the Internet. See 802.15, Bluetooth 4.2 and IPv6.
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Jara, "A Network Mobility Solution Based on 6LoWPAN Hospital Wireless Sensor Network (NEMO-HWSN)," 2013 Seventh International Conference on Innovative Mobile and Internet Services in Ubiquitous Computing, Taichung, 2013, pp.
Thus, the 6LoWPAN [4] adaptation layer has been proposed by IETF between the MAC and the network layers in order to support IPv6 over the IEEE 802.
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This technological revolution is being driven by rapid advancements in microelectronic technology in parallel with the emergence of low power communications protocols, such as ZigBee, Green Power, Bluetooth LE, and 6LowPan, which all operate within a peak power range of 10 [micro]W to 100 mW.
Table 4 provides the list of some of the possible attacks on 6LoWPAN supported devices.
4 / ZigBee, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy, ANT, 6LoWPAN, AMR / AMI, and wireless audio/video streaming markets.
These devices can work with all popular wireless standards including ZigBee, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy, ANT, 6LoWPAN and other generic ISM or proprietary radios.
We have chosen EnVerv's technology due to its superior performance under difficult network conditions and the fact that all necessary modem components including line driver, physical layer (PHY), media access control (MAC) layer and 6LoWPAN network layer are all integrated in the EV8000 single-chip SoC, said Eduardo Neri, Director of Engineering at IUSA.
She has a paper named Research on 6LoWPAN Family Wireless Medical Sensor Network and Monitoring Sensor Node accepted by Process Automation Instrumentation in 2012, and this paper will be published this year, and she now mainly researches in the Smart Home of the Internet of Things.
Two communications standards are supported: the SmartMesh IP version is compliant with the 6LoWPAN standard, providing native IPv6 addressability to every node.
EPC, ucode, IPv6, 6LoWPAN, Handle System, or Internet0) to number and address the smartening physical world.