Sensor Deployment Strategy Based on Wireless Mesh Network for WSN

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  • Abstract

    Wireless sensor systems include numerous sensors interconnected by means of radio connections. They are typically applied to cover vast zones to scrutinize and computerize tasks. Due to the battery consumption powered sensors, these arrangements have fleeting uptime, and frequently have issues like adaptability and bandwidth capacity. To dominate these issues, the vast mainstream of the implementation is constrained to expand the amount of sinks in network, or utilizations of gateways to request sensors data. Deployment of these system is made out of some low-control, modest nodes that coordinate detecting units, handsets, and preparing unit having remote communication capacities. This setup is conveyed in the focused on region for aggregating natural data that will be transmitted to a remote base station. In this paper, solutions for streamline deployment are investigated by amalgamation of Wireless sensor systems and Wireless mesh systems.

    Deployment of proposed mesh systems is accomplished in a versatile spine for sensor to sensor communication by interfacing them.



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    Switched mesh, Sensing Data, Coverage, wireless mesh network, sensors deployment

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Article ID: 15209
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i3.8.15209

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