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Wireless Sensor Networks: MAC protocols and real time applications

Atto, M. and Guy, C. (2013) Wireless Sensor Networks: MAC protocols and real time applications. In: The Ninth International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Communications (ICWMC 2013), July 2013, Nice,France.

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Abstract/Summary

Wireless Senor Networks(WSNs) detect events using one or more sensors, then collect data from detected events using these sensors. This data is aggregated and forwarded to a base station(sink) through wireless communication to provide the required operations. Different kinds of MAC and routing protocols need to be designed for WSN in order to guarantee data delivery from the source nodes to the sink. Some of the proposed MAC protocols for WSN with their techniques, advantages and disadvantages in the terms of their suitability for real time applications are discussed in this paper. We have concluded that most of these protocols can not be applied to real time applications without improvement

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Science
ID Code:39844

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