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Type: Congresso
Title: The Impact Of Multiple Power Levels On The Lifetime Of Wireless Sensor Networks
Author: Moura Miranda
Felipe Antonio; Cardieri
Abstract: Energy consumption in Wireless Sensor Networks is an important issue, as in many applications replacing batteries is not a viable task. Therefore, it is essential to understand and quantify the amount of energy consumed by each task performed by motes in a network and hence make the best use of the energy available. In this paper, we present a numerical analysis of how the lifetimes of Wireless Sensor Networks are impacted by the use of different transmission power levels. The analysis of different transmission power, which is a novel feature available on some radio modules used in some WSN motes, was motivated by its current application on both academic works and commercial solutions.
Subject: Wireless Sensor Networks
Energy Consumption
Transmission Power
Rf Transmission
Network Lifetime
Editor: IEEE
New York
Citation: 2016 Ieee International Symposium On Consumer Electronics â 20th Ieee Isce. Ieee, p. 103 - 104, 2016.
Rights: fechado
Date Issue: 2016
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