Throughput of Customised ZigBee Stack- A Mathematical Modelling

  • Narmada* D
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Research work is being done in the field of wireless communication protocols in order to find the desired applicability suitable to the end user. ZigBee protocol is chosen due to its reliable, long range and robust communication. In this direction there is need of designing a common communication protocol to realize a virtual control network by customizing the existing ZigBee protocol stack. It is also required to embed internet support protocols in different layers of the proposed stack so as to enable the entire network with internet connectivity. The proposed application aims at interoperating different devices under user personal area network, this fact has led to propose a new protocol stack with which every device of the network can be easily operated or controlled with enhanced network capabilities like resource sharing, additional middle layer for realising the proposed application using WPAN christened as ZigBee IP [ZI] stack. ZI stack is designed and the corresponding mathematical modelling is done in order to find better stack than ZigBee. This paper presents the design and modelling of throughput which is one of the important design parameters. Both the stacks viz., ZI and ZigBee are also compared w.r.t throughput.




Narmada*, Dr. A., & Rao, Dr. P. S. (2019). Throughput of Customised ZigBee Stack- A Mathematical Modelling. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), 8(4), 5250–5255.

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