Y. Nagendra Kumar, G.Hari Hara Kumar


The Internet of Things (IoT) is associated with rising technology that extends to attach a large number of devices along and to the Internet. Based on this IoT, a smart town is enabled with time period observance, omnipresent sensing, universal connectivity, and intelligent informatics and management. Associate degree IoT-based smart town offers various good services to all types of users, therefore increasing the usage of public transportation, health care, surroundings, and entertainment. The combination of transformation, computation, and store has an important role in the development of versatile and effective IoT in smart cities. However, with the introduction of Radical Massive networking (RMN) and Mobile Line computing (MLC). In doing, therefore, economical multiple access and advanced computing need to be addressed within the physical layer and Medium Access Control sublayer. Here we propose an extensible and continuous IoT framework that integrates Radical Massive networking (RMN) -based ranked multiple access and advanced computing between MLC and cloud to support the smart town view. The suggested framework will reduce the end-to-end delay and consumption of energy. Additionally, we tend to discuss a variety of open analysis problems in implementing the proposed framework.


IoT, Ranked Multiple Access, Radical Massive Networking, Mobile Line Computing.

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