List of Figures

1.1 Wireless embedded 6LoWPAN device
1.2 The Internet of Things vision
1.3 The relation of 6LoWPAN to related standards and alliances
1.4 Example of a personal fitness monitoring application
1.5 Example of an industrial safety application
1.6 An example of a facility management system including an automatic metering infrastructure (AMI)
1.7 The 6LoWPAN architecture
1.8 IP and 6LoWPAN protocol stacks
1.9 IPv6 edge router with 6LoWPAN support
1.10 6LoWPAN header compression example
1.11 6LoWPAN/UDP compressed headers (6 bytes)
1.12 Standard IPv6/UDP headers (48 bytes)
1.13 A 6LoWPAN example
2.1 Uncompressed IPv6 packet with 6LoWPAN header
2.2 Composition of an EUI-64
2.3 Composition of an IPv6 address from an EUI-64: U is the inverted L bit
2.4 Interface identifier for 16-bit short addresses
2.5 The IP routing model
2.6 The LoWPAN routing model (L3 routing, “Route-Over”)
2.7 DLL mesh forwarding below the LoWPAN adaptation layer
2.8 LoWPAN adaptation layer mesh forwarding
2.9 Mesh addressing type and header
2.10 Hop-by-hop header compression with two different header compression methods
2.11 HC1-compressed IPv6 packet: without and with HC2
2.12 IPv6 header: non-address fields
2.13 Best-case HC1-/HC2-compressed IPv6 packet
2.14 LOWPAN_IPHC header
2.15 LOWPAN_IPHC traffic class and flow label compression ...

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