Zigbee Sensor Network Integrated with 4G Using Tree Routing for IoT Applications
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Internet of Things (IoT) is identifiable objects uniquely and their representations of an IoT are like structures. The concept of IoT is to develop the information in sense. And the device interacts without the need of human. Zigbee is a communication protocol and it is used to transmit data over long distances by passing data through the intermediate devices to cover longer distant. ZigBee is the emerging standard for ad hoc networks based on IEEE 802.15.4. It provides secure networking and can be used anywhere at any time. It can be easily implemented with any type of wireless generation and It requires less power to operate. 4G (Fourth Generation) is the next generation of wireless networks and it can secure data transfer. Speed of 4G provides fast and it can be achieved by OFDM modulation. World Wide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) is wireless technology and it provides wireless data over longer distance. It provides a media access control (MAC) and the proposes is full range of security features to secured the data exchange. It nearly transmits the data at 70 Mbps. In this paper, Zigbee Wireless sensor nodes real time data transmission integrated with 4G Technology using tree routing for long distance Secure Communication with high mobility and it is proposed and analysed by using OPNET. Tree routing is used to find the next hop knob for a given destination address without routing tables. Still, a sender cannot know that the destination is situated close by or if it is not in the sub-tree. Even though the tree routing is capable in the observation point of memory usage. The concert such as Jitter, data sent, delay and packet delay variation and end-to-end delay are simulated.