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Interference Aware Multipath Routing in Multi-rate Wireless Sensor Networks
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 Title & Authors
Interference Aware Multipath Routing in Multi-rate Wireless Sensor Networks
Lee, Kang Gun; Park, Hyung Kun;
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 Abstract
In wireless sensor networks, sensor nodes have a short transmission range and data is transferred from source to destination node using the multi-hop transmission. Sensor nodes are powered by battery and the link qualities are different, and the routing protocol in the wireless sensor network is one of the important technical issues. Multipath routing was proposed to reduce the data congestion and increase data throughput. In the multipath routing, however, each path can be interfered by the other path, and it can aggravate network performance. In this paper, we propose the multipath routing scheme for multi-rate wireless sensor networks. The multipath routing selects transmission paths to minimize transmission delay and path interference.
 Keywords
Wireless Sensor Network;Multipath Routing;Multi-hop Transmission;Routing Protocol;
 Language
English
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