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Reliable data delivery in low energy ad hoc sensor networks

Daabaj, K., Dixon, M.W., Koziniec, T. and Murray, D. (2010) Reliable data delivery in low energy ad hoc sensor networks. In: 16th Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications (APCC), 31 October - 3 November, Auckland, New Zealand p. 188.

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    Abstract

    Reliable delivery of data is a classical design goal for reliability-oriented collection routing protocols for ad hoc wireless sensor networks (WSNs). Guaranteed packet delivery performance can be ensured by careful selection of error free links, quick recovery from packet losses, and avoidance of overloaded relay sensor nodes. Due to limited resources of individual senor nodes, there is usually a trade-off between energy spending for packets transmissions and the appropriate level of reliability. Since link failures and packet losses are unavoidable, sensor networks may tolerate a certain level of reliability without significantly affecting packets delivery performance and data aggregation accuracy in favor of efficient energy consumption. However a certain degree of reliability is needed, especially when hop count increases between source sensor nodes and the base station as a single lost packet may result in loss of a large amount of aggregated data along longer hops. An effective solution is to jointly make a trade-off between energy, reliability, cost, and agility while improving packet delivery, maintaining low packet error ratio, minimizing unnecessary packets transmissions, and adaptively reducing control traffic in favor of high success reception ratios of representative data packets. Based on this approach, the proposed routing protocol can achieve moderate energy consumption and high packet delivery ratio even with high link failure rates. The proposed routing protocol was experimentally investigated on a testbed of Crossbow's TelosB motes and proven to be more robust and energy efficient than the current implementation of TinyOS2.x MultihopLQI.

    Publication Type: Conference Paper
    Murdoch Affiliation: School of Information Technology
    Publisher: IEEE
    Copyright: © 2010 IEEE.
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    URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/3773
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