WSEAS Transactions on Communications

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E-ISSN: 2224-2864

Volume 16, 2017

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An Efficient Energy Scheme of Wireless Sensor Node Dynamic Deployment

AUTHORS: Cheng-Chih Yang, Hsuan-Fu Wang, Yung-Fa Huang

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ABSTRACT: This text provides an efficient energy scheme of wireless sensor node dynamic deployment. A single sensor node communication model is defined initial. Sensors are co-working with their neighbors in their transmitting range. Suitable neighbor node number and sensing radius make sensors field more efficient. A value CAPR is defined in this text for power efficiency discriminating. A self-regulated sensing radius mechanism is proposed here that sensor can adjust its radius of sensing range for high efficient energy working.

KEYWORDS: wireless sensor node, coverage area, neighbor node numbers, CAPR, self-regulated mechanism


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WSEAS Transactions on Communications, ISSN / E-ISSN: 1109-2742 / 2224-2864, Volume 16, 2017, Art. #38, pp. 342-346

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