Measurement of Component Performance (Sensor) on Internet of Thing (IoT)

Published on Oct 1, 2018 in ICEE (International Conference on Electrical Engineering)
· DOI :10.1109/ICECOS.2018.8605265
Sharipuddin3
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Kurniabudi3
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+ 6 AuthorsRahmat Budiarto13
Estimated H-index: 13
(Al Baha University)
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Abstract
This study presents the testing of several devices (sensors) in obtaining sensor performance, there are several experiments and evaluations of the results obtained in the topology. Each sensor must be able to provide some results in the form of accuracy, reliability, range, and resolution. The accuracy and reliability have very important role in producing accurate data. With several explanations and analysis, it is expected to produce a reference for advanced development and policies making in the deployment of IoT system, especially in multi-sensing IoT systems. This work obtain the dataset through several stages, namely building topology (system design), data capture, and feature extraction. Wi-Fi and XBee communication protocols are used. In Wi-Fi protocol, the TCP traffic gives the greatest value compared to other traffic on normal data as well as attack data. In XBee protocol, the Low Rate Wireless PAN IEEE 802.15.4 protocol has an average of 83.96 percent for normal data and 98.73 percent for attack data, respectively. The results of attribute reading experiments, the XBee protocol achieves eighteen attributes whereas the Wi-Fi protocol only seventeen attributes.
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