Symphony: routing aware scheduling for DSME networks
Ref: CISTER-TR-200114 Publication Date: Dec 2019
Symphony: routing aware scheduling for DSME networksRef: CISTER-TR-200114 Publication Date: Dec 2019
Deterministic Synchronous Multichannel Extension (DSME) is a prominent MAC behavior first introduced in IEEE 802.15.4e. It can avail deterministic and best effort Service using its multisuperframe structure. RPL is a routing protocol for wireless networks with low power consumption and generally susceptible to packet loss. These two standards were designed independently but with the common objective to satisfy the requirements of IoT devices in terms of limited energy, reliability and determinism. A combination of these two protocols can integrate real-time QoS demanding and large-scale IoT networks. In this paper, we propose a new multi-channel, multi-timeslot scheduling algorithm called Symphony that provides QoS efficient schedules in DSME networks. In this paper we provide analytical and simulation based delay analysis for our approach against some state of the art algorithms. In this work, we show that integrating routing with DSME can improve reliability by 40% and by using Symphony, we can reduce the network delay by 10--20% against the state of the art algorithms.
Published in ACM Sigbed Review, ACM, Volume 16, Issue 4, pp 26-31.
Notes: Special Issue on International Workshop on Real-Time Networks (RTN 19).
Record Date: 14, Jan, 2020