Optimization of Beacon By Using TSCH Network For Optimized Routing Model
IETF 6TiSCH working group introduced TSCH (Time-Slotted Channel Hopping) protocol recently for achieving low energy consumption and highly reliable IEEE 802.15.4e. TSCH is a synchronous MAC (Medium Access Control) protocol with IPv6 enabling Internet of Things (Io T) that are deployed in environments that are prone to interference. TSCH link-layer design is described by the IEEE 802.15.4e without a study of communication scheduling and network formation for high density and rapid mobile ad hoc network (MANET) which are still an open issue to the research community. High latency and energy overhead are incurred in the existing model to perform device association. This paper presents an Adaptive Routing (AR) model for MANET using mobility enabled TSCH network to address aforementioned issues. The overhead of mobile device within mobility enabled TSCH network is reduced by introducing a novel modified beaconing for achieving Adaptive Routing design. We conduct experiments to evaluate performance of AR over existing approaches show significant energy overhead reduction and attainment of good packet routing outcomes.
Keywords: IEEE 802.15.4e networks, Internet of Things, Mobility, Network formation, TSCH.