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An Event Data Delivery Scheme in GTS-based Wireless Sensor Network
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 Title & Authors
An Event Data Delivery Scheme in GTS-based Wireless Sensor Network
Lee, Kil-hung;
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 Abstract
This paper presents an event data delivery scheme for wireless sensor networks that use a GTS-based channel allocation scheme. Many sensor nodes can share a GTS channel for sending their normal data to the sink node. When there is an event at a node, the node makes a temporal route to the sink node and the nodes of the route can use the GTS channel in a privileged access. This scheme controls the backoff number effectively so the data delivery priority is given to the nodes of that route. Simulation results show that the event data delivery of the proposed scheme outperforms at the end-to-end transfer delay and jitter characteristics. The proposed scheme can effectively gather the event data using the guaranteed GTS channel of the route in proposed scheme.
 Keywords
GTS;WSN;Event Data Delivery;Privileged Backoff;
 Language
Korean
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