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 Title & Authors
Data Aggregation Method Guaranteeing Minimum Traffic in Multi-hop Automatic Meter Reading Networks
Hwang, Kwang-Il;
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 Abstract
Due to the advantages of a conveniet, inexpensive installation, flexibility, and scalability, Wireless AMR systems are recently preferred over wired AMR systems. However, a multi-hop supported AMR network, which generally covers large areas, may create energy wastage problem, energy unbalance, and high interference hazard due to a large amount of concurrent-intensive metering data in the network. Therefore in this paper we propose a novel data gathering method which can solve abovementioned problems as well as conserve energy, by reducing the traffic in the network. In addition, the experimental results demonstrate that the proposed scheme shows superior performance to the conventional data transmission method.
 Keywords
AMR;Data Aggregation;Tree;Energy-efficient routing;Minimum traffic;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
다중채널 클러스터 기반의 AMI 네트워크 설계,최석준;심병섭;채수권;

한국통신학회논문지, 2013. vol.38B. 3, pp.207-215 crossref(new window)
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