Re: [6lowpan] IPv6 over DECT Ultra Low Energy

Alexandru Petrescu <alexandru.petrescu@gmail.com> Wed, 27 April 2011 16:10 UTC

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Subject: Re: [6lowpan] IPv6 over DECT Ultra Low Energy
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Do we have an idea whether IP (not IPv6, just IP) already works somehow
over DECT?

For example, ss there a product DECT telephone using TCP/IP, and display
some data on LCD?

Alex

Le 27/04/2011 10:14, Peter Mariager a écrit :
> Gentlemen,
>
> I am very pleased to see 6LoWPAN being considered and developed for
> other wireless standards.
>
> I would like to propose the development of a 6LoWPAN adaptation layer
>  for DECT Ultra Low Energy (ULE), as DECT can also be a very strong
> platform for the “internet of things” due to the number of networks
> being deployed annually.
>
> DECT ULE is in many ways similar to BTLE (short packet size, network
>  topology etc), but also has some unique properties compared to other
>  wireless short-range standards which I believe makes it worthwhile
> to develop a 6LoWPAN adaptation layer.
>
> DECT ULE MAC/PHY is currently being specified by ETSI so there will
> shortly be an interoperable radio interface.
>
> Yesterday, I submitted an I-D version 0 for IPv6 transmission over
> DECT ULE.
>
> This is still very much work in progress but I would like to have a
> frame for the specification work or at least make sure it is aligned
>  with any initiatives to make a common 6LoWPAN adaptation layer (as
> discussed in this WG).
>
> Comments are much appreciated.
>
> Best Regards, Peter Mariager
>
>
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