IoT protocols, architectures, and applications
Kapitel i bok, 2021

The proliferation of embedded systems, wireless technologies, and Internet protocols have made it possible for the Internet-of-things (IoT) to bridge the gap between the physical and the virtual world and thereby enabling monitoring and control of the physical environment by data processing systems. IoT refers to the inter-networking of everyday objects that are equipped with sensing, computing, and communication capabilities. These networks can collaborate to autonomously solve a variety of tasks. Due to the very diverse set of applications and application requirements, there is no single communication technology that is able to provide cost-effective and close to optimal performance in all scenarios. In this chapter, we report on research carried out on a selected number of IoT topics: low-power wide-area networks, in particular, LoRa and narrow-band IoT (NB-IoT); IP version 6 over IEEE 802.15.4 time-slotted channel hopping (6TiSCH); vehicular antenna design, integration, and processing; security aspects for vehicular networks; energy efficiency and harvesting for IoT systems; and software-defined networking/network functions virtualization for (SDN/NFV) IoT.

Mobile network operator

Experimental measurements

Industry 4.0

Open mote


Radio access technologies

Vehicular communications

Software defined networking

Software defined radio

Energy harvesting

Received signal strength indicator

Vehicular applications


IEEE 802.25.4e

Management and orchestration


Spreading factor

Source routing

Network function virtualization

Medium access control protocols

Signal to interference ratio

Routing protocol for low power and lossy networks

Internet of things

Open WSN

Smart environments

Simultaneous wireless information and power transfer

Time slotted channel hopping

Energy efficiency

Routing protocols

Joint scheduling and routing

IEEE 802.15.4

Internet protocol version 6

Machine type communication

Round trip time

Narrow band-IoT

Signal to noise ratio

Low power wide area networks


Chiara Buratti

Universita di Bologna

Erik Ström

Chalmers, Elektroteknik, Kommunikation, Antenner och Optiska Nätverk

Luca Feltrin

Ericsson AB

Laurent Clavier

Université de Lille

Gordana Gardašević

University of Banja Luka

Thomas Blazek

Silicon Austria Labs

Lazar Berbakov

Institute Mihailo Pupin

Titus Constantin Balan

Universitatea Transilvania

Luis Orozco-Barbosa

Universidad de Castilla, La Mancha

Carles Anton-Haro

Centre Tecnològic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya (CTTC)

Piotr Rajchowski

Politechnika Gdańska

Haibin Zhang

Nederlandse Organisatie voor toegepast-natuurwetenschappelijk onderzoek (TNO)

Inclusive Radio Communications for 5G and Beyond

9780128205815 (ISBN)







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