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P802.15.10 - Recommended Practice for Routing Packets in 802.15.4 Dynamically Changing Wireless Networks

This recommended practice facilitates the routing of packets in dynamically changing wireless networks. Specifically it provides for automatic handling of route related capabilities such as: - Route establishment - Dynamic route reconfiguration -- Discovery and addition of new nodes -- Breaking of established routes -- Loss and recurrence of routes - Real time gathering of link status - Allowing for single hop appearance at the networking layer (not breaking standard L3 mechanisms) - Support of broadcast - Support of multicast - Effective frame forwardingThis recommended practice identifies protocols that route packets in a dynamically changing 802.15.4 network (changes on the order of a minute time frame), with minimal impact to route handling. The result is an extension of the area of coverage as the number of nodes increase.
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