Abstract

A Review Paper on Communication Protocols of IOT

Sanjograj Singh Ahuja, Vithal Kashkari

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Vol: 11, Issue: 2, 2021

We have a tendency to enter an incredibly new age in computer technology. In the cloud, IoT can be a type of "universal world neural network" connecting various objects. IoT can be a display of intelligent connected devices and networks consisting of sensitive machines communicating with alternative machines, environments, artifacts, infrastructures, and human activity. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and detector network technologies may emerge to meet this new challenge. Therefore, a huge amount of data is produced, stored, and information is transformed into helpful acts that will make our lives much easier and safer. Internet connectivity is, however, provided to citizens on networks and their mobile devices in most nations, meaning that the transmission of data across the network is also much simpler and less costly.

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http://doi.org/10.37648/ijrst.v11i02.002

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