[riot-users] RIOT CCN-lite
Thomas C. Schmidt
t.schmidt at haw-hamburg.de
Sat Mar 16 18:44:13 CET 2019
aside from the code maintenance of ccn-lite for RIOT, we have done
extensive experiments and deployment measurements on a number of boards.
Here are some references to papers:
Papers are all online available (if you don't find, please ask per
unicast). Deployed boards are mentioned.
For detailed questions on how, what, and where, Cenk will be the best to
On 16/03/2019 18:15, Βασιλειος Δεμιρογλου wrote:
> Hello, everyone.
> I am undergraduate student and I am currently working on my thesis
> concerning the topic of "Named Data Networking in Internet of
> Things”. In order to complete my thesis I have to make a sensor
> network with microcontrolers, using RIOT CCN-lite. The problem is that
> I dont know exactly which boards are working with CCN-lite and I have
> to propose to my University some boards to buy them. My first idea was
> to use arduino boards (but I saw in RIOT's documentation for Arduino
> Uno that doesnt support working network stack).
> So I would like to ask you
> 1) If someone has used ccn-lite for any Arduino board, or
> STM32F0DISCOVERY boards, or STM32 Nucleo boards;
> 2) Can anyone suggest other boards that can easily be found in the
> market and support RIOT-CCN-lite;
> 3) Can anyone give me some specs that a board should have in order to
> work properly with RIOT CCN-lite.
> Any other suggestions or advises that could help me explore things
> about my thesis project would be very helpful because I am a beginner.
> Thank you in advance,
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> users at riot-os.org
Prof. Dr. Thomas C. Schmidt
° Hamburg University of Applied Sciences Berliner Tor 7 °
° Dept. Informatik, Internet Technologies Group 20099 Hamburg, Germany °
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