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The Integrated versus Standalone Operation Mode for Second and Subsequent Fragments Headers Compression Scheme in 6LoWPAN

  • S. A. B. Awwad
  • C. K. Ng
  • N. K. Noordin
  • B. M. Ali
  • F. Hashim
  • N. H. A. Ismail
Part of the Smart Sensors, Measurement and Instrumentation book series (SSMI, volume 11)

Abstract

In 6LoWPAN, IPv6 is capable to provide identity and wireless embedded internet aims for efficiently providing IP global connectivity for wireless, small size, low power, low rate, limited memory and limited computation capabilities embedded smart objects. However, the relatively huge header size of upper layer protocols (e.g. TCP, UDP and IPv6) will deplete the frame payload to approximately 33 bytes. Some schemes had been designed to compress the headers to provide more space for the data payload. Recently, a standalone operation mode for Second and Subsequent Fragments Headers Compression (S&SFHC) scheme for header compression in 6LoWPAN has been proposed. This scheme exploits the correlation between the first and the subsequent fragments’ headers to avoid carrying the redundant headers of second and subsequent fragments. In this paper, an extended version of S&SFHC for 6LoWPAN is proposed. This new scheme is introduced by integrating S&SFHC with other existing scheme like LOWPAN_IPHC. When the proposed new scheme incorporates with another scheme, the existed scheme is used to compress the header for the first fragment only. The second and subsequent fragments will be compressed by using S&SFHC scheme. The integration between S&SFHC and LOWPAN_IPHC schemes can achieve up to 30% and 10% higher packet delivery ratio, 30% and 10% higher throughput, 18% and 6% lower average delay, 24% and 4% lower average energy consumption compared to LOWPAN_IPHC and S&SFHC standalone mode respectively when the packet size is 600 bytes.

Keywords

6LoWPAN header compression IPv6 IEEE802.15.4 fragmentation and reassembly 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. A. B. Awwad
    • 1
  • C. K. Ng
    • 2
  • N. K. Noordin
    • 1
  • B. M. Ali
    • 1
  • F. Hashim
    • 1
  • N. H. A. Ismail
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Computer and Communication Systems, Faculty of EngineeringUniversiti Putra Malaysia, UPM SerdangSelangorMalaysia
  2. 2.Institute of GerontologyUniversiti Putra Malaysia, UPM SerdangSelangorMalaysia

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