Low-cost wireless testbed for Internet of Things ad hoc networks prototyping and evaluation

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Abstract

There is a distinct gap in IoT research between simulation and implementation of new networking protocols. While simulations allow fast validation of new ideas, it is not until implemented into a real system that a novel protocol gains tracking. We build an ad hoc network system to enable energy-aware protocol testing in real devices with reusable code. We demonstrate how to use low-cost components with open-source libraries to implement the system. We implemented models to allow the energy-awareness using a network simulator, and experiments to compare different routing protocols through indoor and outdoor experiments, showing the feasibility of the system.

Citation

PA Regis, AN Patra, and S Sengupta, "Low-cost wireless testbed for Internet of Things ad hoc networks prototyping and evaluation." In IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things (WFIoT) 2020. New Orleans, LA, USA. () () ()

Author detail

Name: Paulo Alexandre Regis
Assistant Professor
Website: https://pregis.me/
Affiliation: Southeastern Louisiana University
Name: Amar Nath Patra
Assistant Professor
Website: https://www.radford.edu/content/csat/home/computing.html
Affiliation: Radford University
Name: Shamik Sengupta
Associate Professor
Website: https://www.cse.unr.edu/~shamik/
Affiliation: University of Nevada, Reno

Bibtex

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@inproceedings{regis2020low-cost,
    title={Low-cost wireless testbed for Internet of Things ad hoc networks prototyping and evaluation},
    author={Paulo Alexandre Regis, Amar Nath Patra, and Shamik Sengupta},
    year={2020},
    publisher={IEEE},
    address={New Orleans, LA, USA},
    booktitle={None},
}