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1. WO2009075457 - BLOC DE PAQUET GÉNÉRIQUE APPLICABLE À DES PROCÉDÉS DE ROUTAGE MULTIPLES DANS DES RÉSEAUX DE CAPTEURS À FAIBLE PUISSANCE ET SON PROCÉDÉ DE PRODUCTION

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Claims
[1] A generic packet block applicable to a multiple routing scheme in a low-power sensor network, the generic packet block comprising:
routing packet semantics including information about start of a routing packet
and a type of routing;
a generic routing header including routing message type; and
a routing block including information about the type of the routing and message type of the routing.
[2] The generic packet block of claim 1, wherein the generic routing header includes at least one of an address used for the routing, a maximum number of hops for
the routing is performed, a current number of hops on the rounting, and a target node address of the routing.
[3] The generic packet block of claim 1, wherein the information about the routing type and routing message type is changeable depending on the routing sceme in use.
[4] The generic packet block of claim 1, wherein the generic packet block includes information about the generic routing header, routing scheme, and information
changeable depending on an operation scheme, the information about the generic routing header and routing scheme being necessary for the routing.
[5] The generic packet block of claim 1, wherein the generic packet block includes a routing body defining a routing block of the routing, and provides an extension of a message with respect to the multiple routing scheme in a sensor network
where the multiple routing scheme is applied.
[6] A method of providing a generic packet block applicable to a multiple routing
scheme in a low-power sensor network, the method comprising:
separating a generic routing header and routing block and configuring a generic packet block, the generic routing header including a type of routing message, the routing block including information about the routing type and routing message type; and
transmitting a routing packet using packet information of the generic routing
header of the generic packet block.
[7] The method of claim 6, wherein the configuring configures the generic packet
block comprising routing packet semantics including information about a start of the routing packet and the type of the routing.
[8] A method of controlling a sensor node in a low power sensor network, the
method comprising:
interpreting routing packet semantics including a start of a routing packet and a type of a routing;
interpreting a generic routing header including at least one of routing message
type, an address used for the routing, a maximum number of hops where the
routing is transmitted, a number of hops where the routing is performed, and a
target node address of the routing;
determining a destination of the routing packet based on information from the interpreted generic routing header;
determining, when the destination of the routing packet corresponds to a sensor node as a result of the determining of the destination, whether the routing packet is a routing request message; and
transmitting a routing response message, when the routing packet is the routing
request message as a result of the determining of whether the routing packet is
the routing request message.
[9] The method of claim 8, further comprising:
forwarding the routing packet to another sensor node using information included in the generic routing header, when the destination of the routing packet does not correspond to the sensor node.