Study on internet-of-things

<span title="">2016</span> <i title="S N Education Society"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="" style="color: black;">International Journal of Latest Trends in Engineering and Technology</a> </i> &nbsp;
This paper is written for everyone who wants to know the details about Internet-of-Things in order to build Internet-of-Things based solutions. This paper covers from basics of Internet-of-Things to every aspect of this new revolutionary concept such as its key components, protocol stack for Internet-of-Things, communication technologies that are widely used in implementing Internet-of-Things, various issues like research opportunities and challenges for research in Internet-of-Things etc. We
more &raquo; ... ve touched all practical aspects of Internet-of-Things by giving an introduction to open source tools for IoT and IoT enabling technologies which can be further explored by the reader based on their application requirements and/or interest. We have tried to keep the contents of this paper up-to date by including some contents from web resources along with research papers. Satellite Communication has served mankind in many ways e.g. to predict weather, storm warning, provide wide range of communication services in the field of relaying television programs, digital data for a multitudes of business services and most recent in telephony and mobile communication. It may not surprise world community, if satellite communication links may be used for voice and fax transmission to Aircraft on International routes in near future. GPS Navigation, Global telephony, Multimedia video and internet connectivity, Earth Imaging through Remote sensing satellites for resource monitoring, Tele-medicine, Tele-education services etc. are other feathers in Satellite communication applications [20] . LTE and LTE-A Long Term Evolution is the next-generation 4G technology for both Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) and Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) cellular carriers. LTE works with download speeds of up to 173 Mb/sec [21] . Internet-of-Things is basically a combination of various fields in electronics and computer science stream which includes wireless sensor networks, cloud computing, big data analytics and embedded system among others. A. Wireless Sensor Networks A typical wireless sensor network consists of a number of distributed sensor devices and routers for monitoring and sensing the environmental and physical conditions. WSN forms self-organizing networks and uses wireless communication protocols such as ZigBee. WSN are immensely used in weather monitoring systems, indoor air quality monitoring systems, surveillance systems, smart grids and structural health monitoring systems. B. Cloud Computing This technology has given a new dimension in solving IoT problems. Cloud computing basically provides solutions for delivering applications and services over Internet. It follows a very simple "pay as you use" model. The multitenant architecture of cloud computing allows multiple users to be served by the same physical infrastructure or
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