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Wireless Sensor Networks : Technology, Protocols, and Applications

Wireless Sensor Networks : Technology, Protocols, and Applications

Wireless Sensor Networks : Technology, Protocols, and

  • Page 2: WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS Technology
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  • Page 8 and 9: CONTENTS Preface xi About the Autho
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  • Page 20 and 21: 1 INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW OF WIRE
  • Page 22 and 23: INTRODUCTION 3 in the wireless case
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  • Page 50 and 51: REFERENCES 31 Standards As implied
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    REFERENCES 33 [1.22] D. Minoli, W.

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    REFERENCES 35 [1.58] S. Lindsey et

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    REFERENCES 37 [1.89] J. M. Kahn et

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    BACKGROUND 39 static routing over t

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    BACKGROUND 41 The WNs have computat

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    RANGE OF APPLICATIONS 43 TABLE 2.1

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    RANGE OF APPLICATIONS 45 TABLE 2.1

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    RANGE OF APPLICATIONS 47 TABLE 2.1

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    RANGE OF APPLICATIONS 49 expect wit

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    EXAMPLES OF CATEGORY 2 WSN APPLICAT

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    EXAMPLES OF CATEGORY 2 WSN APPLICAT

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    EXAMPLES OF CATEGORY 2 WSN APPLICAT

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    EXAMPLES OF CATEGORY 2 WSN APPLICAT

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    EXAMPLES OF CATEGORY 1 WSN APPLICAT

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    EXAMPLES OF CATEGORY 1 WSN APPLICAT

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    EXAMPLES OF CATEGORY 1 WSN APPLICAT

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    EXAMPLES OF CATEGORY 1 WSN APPLICAT

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    EXAMPLES OF CATEGORY 1 WSN APPLICAT

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    ANOTHER TAXONOMY OF WSN TECHNOLOGY

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    REFERENCES 71 In aggregating system

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    REFERENCES 73 [2.25] ‘‘Short Di

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    3 BASIC WIRELESS SENSOR TECHNOLOGY

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    SENSOR NODE TECHNOLOGY 77 2. Detect

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    SENSOR NODE TECHNOLOGY 79 Hardware

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    Figure 3.3 Some of the networking p

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    Very small (10 1 mm 3 ) Ultrasmall

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    WN OPERATING ENVIRONMENT 85 TABLE 3

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    WN TRENDS 87 aggregated, fused, and

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    WN TRENDS 89 TABLE 3.4 Partial List

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    REFERENCES 91 to those sensors so t

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    4 WIRELESS TRANSMISSION TECHNOLOGY

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    RADIO TECHNOLOGY PRIMER 95 Ionosphe

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    RADIO TECHNOLOGY PRIMER 97 TABLE 4.

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    RADIO TECHNOLOGY PRIMER 99 TABLE 4.

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    RADIO TECHNOLOGY PRIMER 101 citizen

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 103

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 105

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 107

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 109

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 111

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 113

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 115

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 117

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 119

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 121

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 123

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 125

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 127

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    AVAILABLE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 129

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    APPENDIX A: MODULATION BASICS 131 s

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    APPENDIX A: MODULATION BASICS 133 T

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    APPENDIX A: MODULATION BASICS 135 T

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    APPENDIX A: MODULATION BASICS 137 P

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    REFERENCES 139 algorithm, although

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    REFERENCES 141 [4.36] C. Berrou, A.

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    BACKGROUND 143 therefore be shared

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    FUNDAMENTALS OF MAC PROTOCOLS 145 T

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    FUNDAMENTALS OF MAC PROTOCOLS 147 q

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    FUNDAMENTALS OF MAC PROTOCOLS 149 T

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    FUNDAMENTALS OF MAC PROTOCOLS 151 d

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    FUNDAMENTALS OF MAC PROTOCOLS 153 w

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    FUNDAMENTALS OF MAC PROTOCOLS 155 F

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    FUNDAMENTALS OF MAC PROTOCOLS 157 A

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    MAC PROTOCOLS FOR WSNs 159 A B C D

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    MAC PROTOCOLS FOR WSNs 161 multihop

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    MAC PROTOCOLS FOR WSNs 163 can be o

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    MAC PROTOCOLS FOR WSNs 165 of nodes

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    SENSOR-MAC CASE STUDY 167 services

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    SENSOR-MAC CASE STUDY 169 Nodes are

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    SENSOR-MAC CASE STUDY 171 to secure

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    IEEE 802.15.4 LR-WPAN 173 Sender RT

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    IEEE 802.15.4 LR-WPANs STANDARD CAS

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    IEEE 802.15.4 LR-WPANs STANDARD CAS

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    IEEE 802.15.4 LR-WPANs STANDARD CAS

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    IEEE 802.15.4 LR-WPANs STANDARD CAS

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    IEEE 802.15.4 LR-WPANs STANDARD CAS

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    IEEE 802.15.4 LR-WPANs STANDARD CAS

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    IEEE 802.15.4 LR-WPANs STANDARD CAS

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    IEEE 802.15.4 LR-WPANs STANDARD CAS

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    IEEE 802.15.4 LR-WPANs STANDARD CAS

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    REFERENCES 193 residing within 30 f

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    REFERENCES 195 [5.25] K. Sohrabi, J

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    6 ROUTING PROTOCOLS FOR WIRELESS SE

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    DATA DISSEMINATION AND GATHERING 19

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    ROUTING CHALLENGES AND DESIGN ISSUE

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    ROUTING STRATEGIES IN WIRELESS SENS

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    ROUTING STRATEGIES IN WIRELESS SENS

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    ROUTING STRATEGIES IN WIRELESS SENS

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    ROUTING STRATEGIES IN WIRELESS SENS

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    ROUTING STRATEGIES IN WIRELESS SENS

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    ROUTING STRATEGIES IN WIRELESS SENS

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    ROUTING STRATEGIES IN WIRELESS SENS

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    ROUTING STRATEGIES IN WIRELESS SENS

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    ROUTING STRATEGIES IN WIRELESS SENS

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    ROUTING STRATEGIES IN WIRELESS SENS

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    ROUTING STRATEGIES IN WIRELESS SENS

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    REFERENCES 225 first two faces and

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    REFERENCES 227 International Confer

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    7 TRANSPORT CONTROL PROTOCOLS FOR W

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    TRADITIONAL TRANSPORT CONTROL PROTO

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    TRADITIONAL TRANSPORT CONTROL PROTO

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    TRANSPORT PROTOCOL DESIGN ISSUES 23

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    EXAMPLES OF EXISTING TRANSPORT CONT

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    EXAMPLES OF EXISTING TRANSPORT CONT

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    PERFORMANCE OF TRANSPORT CONTROL PR

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    PERFORMANCE OF TRANSPORT CONTROL PR

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    REFERENCES 245 [7.2] Y. Sankarasubr

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    WSN MIDDLEWARE PRINCIPLES 247 are v

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    MIDDLEWARE ARCHITECTURE 249 TABLE 8

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    MIDDLEWARE ARCHITECTURE 251 for pos

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    EXISTING MIDDLEWARE 253 of sensor n

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    EXISTING MIDDLEWARE 255 reasonable

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    EXISTING MIDDLEWARE 257 tools and s

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    REFERENCES 259 8.5 CONCLUSION In th

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    REFERENCES 261 [8.24] S. Kim, S. H.

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    TRADITIONAL NETWORK MANAGEMENT MODE

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    NETWORK MANAGEMENT DESIGN ISSUES 26

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    EXAMPLE OF MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURE:

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    OTHER ISSUES RELATED TO NETWORK MAN

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    REFERENCES 271 [9.2] L. B. Ruiz, F.

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    10 OPERATING SYSTEMS FOR WIRELESS S

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    OPERATING SYSTEM DESIGN ISSUES 275

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    EXAMPLES OF OPERATING SYSTEMS 277 c

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    EXAMPLES OF OPERATING SYSTEMS 279 w

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    REFERENCES 281 10.3.9 PicOS One pro

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    11 PERFORMANCE AND TRAFFIC MANAGEME

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    BACKGROUND 285 data relaying, and s

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    WSN DESIGN ISSUES 287 WSNs Routing

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    PERFORMANCE MODELING OF WSNs 289 du

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    PERFORMANCE MODELING OF WSNs 291 an

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    PERFORMANCE MODELING OF WSNs 293 Th

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    CASE STUDY: SIMPLE COMPUTATION OF T

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    CASE STUDY: SIMPLE COMPUTATION OF T

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    CASE STUDY: SIMPLE COMPUTATION OF T

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    REFERENCES 301 [11.12] I. Demirkol,

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    304 INDEX Code-division multiple ac

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    306 INDEX NEMS, 28 Network design,

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