Mobility-Robust Tree Construction in Zigbee Wireless Networks
Zigbee, formalized by the IEEE 802.15.4 standard, is a specification for wireless personal area networks with low power, low cost, and a low data rate. In Zigbee, tree topology is commonly practiced to form wireless sensor networks and perform data delivery applications. In Zigbee wireless applications, data delivery failures occur constantly due to the node movements and topology changes of networks. To tackle the topology changes, conventional route reconstruction often involves huge resource consumption. In this paper, the authors utilize the regularity of mobility patterns to reduce the frequency of route reconstructions and achieve higher efficiency in sending data to mobile nodes.