Survey of the DASH7 Alliance Protocol for 433 MHz Wireless Sensor Communication

@article{Weyn2013SurveyOT,
  title={Survey of the DASH7 Alliance Protocol for 433 MHz Wireless Sensor Communication},
  author={Maarten Weyn and Glenn Ergeerts and Luc Wante and Charles Vercauteren and Peter Hellinckx},
  journal={International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks},
  year={2013},
  volume={9}
}
433 MHz is getting more attention for Machine-to-Machine communication. This paper presents the DASH7 Alliance Protocol, an active RFID alliance standard for 433 MHz wireless sensor communication based on the ISO/IEC 18000-7. First, the major differences of 433 MHz communication compared to more frequently used frequencies, such as 2.4 GHz and 868/920 MHz are explained. Subsequently, the general concepts of DASH7 Alliance Protocol are described, such as the BLAST networking topology and the… 

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