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10 May 2019 LoRaWan-Hyperledger robust network integrity on IoT devices
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Communication, power efficiency and data storage are core needs of an IoT environment. Communication protocols for low power wide area networks (LPWAN) are a growing field of research, and require of innovative approaches to provide data chronological logging and security while preserving the all-data all-the-time-connected (ADAT2C) paradigm. In this paper we propose a theoretical and practical IoT design using LoRaWAN protocol and Hyperledger Fabric network. The former defines a power efficient, and enroll secure network of end-node devices; and the later provides a secure immutable chronological data ledger with permission policies. The proposed hybrid network implements a role-integration of devices to improve resources, a request on-demand certificate credentials for each endnode, anomaly detection algorithm and a quarantine channel mechanism for defense on replica attacks.
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Irak Vicarte Mayer "LoRaWan-Hyperledger robust network integrity on IoT devices", Proc. SPIE 11013, Disruptive Technologies in Information Sciences II, 110130R (10 May 2019);

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