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Wireless Sensor Networking Source Book - Millennial Net

Wireless Sensor Networking Source Book - Millennial Net

Wireless Sensor Networking Source Book1. Introduction ..................................................................................1Purpose of This Source Book ....................................................................................1Symbols Used in this Book .....................................................................................2Defining Wireless Sensor Networks ...........................................................................3Opportunities ........................................................................................................5Replacing Traditional Wired Networks ................................................................................. 5New Opportunities ........................................................................................................... 52. Wireless Sensor Networking Overview ..........................................6System Modules ....................................................................................................6Application Platform ......................................................................................................... 7Gateway ........................................................................................................................7Mesh Node Module .......................................................................................................... 8End Node Module ............................................................................................................ 8Sensor/Actuator .............................................................................................................. 8System Software ...................................................................................................9Module Firmware ............................................................................................................. 9API ................................................................................................................................ 9Network Monitoring System ............................................................................................ 103. Network Design Considerations ..................................................11Design Drivers ..................................................................................................... 11Range ................................................................................................................ 12Shout Versus Whisper .................................................................................................... 13Environmental Concerns ................................................................................................. 14Radio Frequency ........................................................................................................... 16Radio Transmission Techniques ....................................................................................... 16Power ................................................................................................................. 18Data Rate ........................................................................................................... 18Raw Data Rate .............................................................................................................. 18Network Throughput ...................................................................................................... 19Duty Cycle .......................................................................................................... 19Scalability ........................................................................................................... 20Mobility .............................................................................................................. 21Mobile Sensors .............................................................................................................. 21Mobile Gateways ........................................................................................................... 224. Topologies and Data Models ........................................................23Network Topologies .............................................................................................. 23Star ............................................................................................................................. 23Mesh ........................................................................................................................... 24Star-Mesh Hybrid .......................................................................................................... 25Data Models ........................................................................................................ 26Data Collection Models ................................................................................................... 27Bi-Directional Dialogue Data Models ................................................................................. 285. Routing Techniques .....................................................................30Efficient Protocol .................................................................................................. 30Proactive Protocols ........................................................................................................ 31Reactive Protocols ......................................................................................................... 32Routing Protocol Design ........................................................................................ 326. The Millennial Net System ...........................................................34Persistent Dynamic Routing Protocol .................................................................... 34Highly Responsive ......................................................................................................... 34Reliable ........................................................................................................................ 35Extremely Power Efficient ............................................................................................... 35Scalable ....................................................................................................................... 35Build vs. Buy ....................................................................................................... 35A Complete System .............................................................................................. 36System Software ........................................................................................................... 36Hardware Modules ......................................................................................................... 36Development and Management Tools ............................................................................... 36Evaluation Kits .................................................................................................... 37Glossary ..........................................................................................38

Wireless Sensor Networking Source Book1. IntroductionThe Wireless SensorNetworking SourceBook provides a methodologyfor selectingand implementing awireless sensor network.Your company’s project requires integrating a wirelesssensor network between a network of sensorsand the application used to monitor and control them.You have been put in charge of selecting the wirelesssensor network to use. You’re familiar with some conceptsof wireless networks, but don’t feel comfortableenough to make an informed decision on this particulartype of wireless system. What do you need toknow? What questions need to be asked? Where doyou start? You start here with the Wireless SensorNetworking Source Book. This guide is for engineersand decision makers that will be designing, specifying,selecting, or implementing a wireless sensor network.Purpose of This Source BookThe source book provides a broad understanding ofthe technology fundamentals and design considerationsthat affect function and performance of a wirelesssensor network. As opposed to a high-data-ratewireless systems used in LAN applications (WLAN), alow-power wireless sensor network is specificallydesigned for low-data-rate applications. This guide isdesigned to provide you with the information necessaryto make an informed decision when selectingand integrating such a network system. Table 1-1provides a quick reference to the information you willfind in this guide.1

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