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Different Routing Strategies and their Analysis in Internet of Things

Vishakha Dhamija, Sona Malhotra


The term Internet of Things means, connected to the world globally via web through devices such as machines, human etc. It is also known as machine-to-machine (M-M) as the connection takes place between two devices in it. IoTs have a complex nature by involving various technologies such as sensor communication, MANET etc. The IoT is part of the Internet of everything, as it’s having one type to connect information between IoT devices transmitted through routing protocols. There are different kinds of routing protocols such as flat routing, hierarchy routing protocols etc. In this paper, a comparative analysis has been presented, based on the related work. One routing protocol is chosen for the implementation of proposed work.

Keywords: Internet of Things, IoT architecture, IoT applications, IoT security, routing protocols, contact based routing

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Vishakha Dhamija, Sona Malhotra. Different Routing Strategies and their Analysis in Internet of Things. Journal of Web Engineering & Technology. 2016; 3(1): 35–40p.

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