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Robust Scheduling against Selective Jamming in 6TiSCH Networks

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Authors Marco Tiloca , Simon Duquennoy , Gianluca Dini
Last updated 2019-12-12 (Latest revision 2019-06-10)
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This document defines a method to generate robust TSCH schedules in a 6TiSCH (IPv6 over the TSCH mode of IEEE 802.15.4-2015) network, so as to protect network nodes against selective jamming attack. Network nodes independently compute the new schedule at each slotframe, by altering the one originally available from 6top or alternative protocols, while preserving a consistent and collision-free communication pattern. This method can be added on top of the minimal security framework for 6TiSCH.


Marco Tiloca
Simon Duquennoy
Gianluca Dini

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