Wireless Sensor Networks: The Potential Use of Received Signal Strength in Power Transmission Control for the MICA2
Lim, J.C., and Wong, K.D., (2006) Wireless Sensor Networks: The Potential Use of Received Signal Strength in Power Transmission Control for the MICA2. Engineering e-Transaction, 1 (2). pp. 9-13. ISSN 1823-6379
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Malaysia University of Science and Technology
Power transmission plays an important role in prolonging the lifetime of a node. Thus in designing efficient wireless sensor networks protocols it important to take this into account. This paper will help the reader understand the role of both power transmission and received signal strength. Besides that these paper also present results obtained from study which was concerning the relationship distance and power transmission has on received signal strength of a mica2 mote. The paper will gear readers towards the use of power transmission control in new communication protocols for the MICA2.
|Additional Information:||The Author is Senior Member, IEEE|
|Keywords:||Wireless Sensor Network, Motes.|
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