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time synchronized mesh protocol (TSMP)

Time Synchronized Mesh Protocol (TSMP) is a communication protocol for self-organizing radio networks, the Self Organized Networks (SON). In the TSMP protocol, the individual network nodes, which are constantly synchronized with each other, communicate with each other via time slots, similar to Time Division Multiplexing

(TDM). Due to the deterministic technique, the network nodes only require an extremely small amount of energy, as the network nodes are only active

for ashort period of time. The TSMP protocol is extremely reliable and can be used in noisy environments. The time-synchronous channel hopping method it uses, Time Slotted Channel Hopping (TSCH), avoids interference

because thedata packets between the TSMP components are transmitted on different radio channels depending on the transmission time

. TSMP is used in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) that operate according to 802.15.4e or also in Bluetooth and WirelessHART.

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Updated at: 14.06.2013
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