Heterogeneous wireless sensor networks hwsn management
Ramanathan, R. In Section 5simulations of the protocols and the results are given.
Friis, H. Besides, a cost model is proposed to evaluate the deployment cost of heterogeneous WSN. Received Apr 1; Accepted May WSNs are characterized with low-cost microsensor nodes with wireless capability, low power consumption for transmitting data, resource constraints, and battery energy limitation.
This paper aims to analyze which protocol can outperform others through comparisons under various scenarios, which will lead us to propose more energy-efficient protocols in HWSNs. Among these protocols, hierarchical HWSN routing protocols can improve the performance of the network significantly.
These five protocols are all cluster-based. In: Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on Embedded networked sensor systems SenSys , pp. Abstract Recently, heterogeneous wireless sensor network HWSN routing protocols have drawn more and more attention. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Wikipedia contributors, Normal distribution. Zhou, G. Proposing the protocol which is suitable for HWSNs is needed. We mainly focus on the round of the first node dies also called the stable period and the number of packets sent to sink, which is an important aspect to evaluate the monitoring ability of a protocol. Besides, a cost model is proposed to evaluate the deployment cost of heterogeneous WSN. To pursue the effective routing protocols for WSNs, many researchers have done lots of studies recently and got the result that a scheme with hierarchy and clustering is promising in improving the scalability and extending the lifetime of WSNs. References 1. Clustering is an efficient method to handle scalability problem and energy consumption challenge. Hu, W.
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