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A Survey on 6 LowPAN & its Future Research Challenges

  title={A Survey on 6 LowPAN \& its Future Research Challenges},
  author={Aiman J. Albarakati and Junaid Ahmad Qayyum and Khalid Fakeeh},
----The term (IoT) Internet of Things is well thought-out to be the subsequent or next big prospect, and test, for the Internet engineering society, clients of technology, society and companies as a whole. It entails linking embedded devices such as home appliances, weather stations, sensors and even playthings to the networks that are based on Internet Protocol (IP). According to recent surveys it is obvious that the number of IP-enabled embedded devices is growing fast, and even though tough… 

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