EDT+: energy consumption optimization of NB-IoT

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Ionescu, Vlad
Wassel, Ian
Roedig, Utz
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Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) is a popular communication standard used to construct IoT applications. To optimise energy consumption of NB-IoT, Early Data Transmission (EDT) is included within the standard. In this work we propose and describe Improved Early Data Transmission (EDT+) which further reduces energy consumption. EDT+ takes advantage of the fact that most sensor nodes are static and do not move when deployed. Thus, the work required during an NB-IoT wake-up cycle can be significantly reduced. Our NS3 simulations show that EDT+ reduces communication related energy consumption of a node by at least 20%. Thus, EDT+ will be useful to facilitate energy harvesting and battery free deployments.
NB-IoT , EDT+ , EDT energy harvesting , LPWAN , Energy optimization
Ionescu, V., Wassel, I. and Roedig, U. (2023) ‘Edt+: energy consumption optimization of nb-iot’, in Proceedings of the 11th International Workshop on Energy Harvesting & Energy-Neutral Sensing Systems. Istanbul Turkiye: ACM, pp. 37–43. doi: 10.1145/3628353.3628548
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