A Fault Tolerant Communication Architecture Supporting Critical Monitoring With Wireless Sensor Networks

 

A Fault Tolerant Communication Architecture Supporting Critical Monitoring With Wireless Sensor Networks

projects 2012

This paper deals with an integrated MAC and Routing protocol, able to manage faults occurring in Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). To this end, the protocol design has been inspired by the cross-layer principle to minimize both the signaling overhead and power consumption. After an accurate functional characterization, the performance is presented for the most relevant figures (recovering efficiency and latency, as well as the length of established end-to-end paths). The satisfactory results suggest the application to more complex scenarios where the nodes mobility is allowed.

This paper deals with an integrated MAC and Routing protocol, able to manage faults occurring in Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). To this end, the protocol design has been inspired by the cross-layer principle to minimize both the signaling overhead and power consumption. After an accurate functional characterization, the performance is presented for the most relevant figures (recovering efficiency and latency, as well as the length of established end-to-end paths). The satisfactory results suggest the application to more complex scenarios where the nodes mobility is allowed.

This paper deals with an integrated MAC and Routing protocol, able to manage faults occurring in Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). To this end, the protocol design has been inspired by the cross-layer principle to minimize both the signaling overhead and power consumption. After an accurate functional characterization, the performance is presented for the most relevant figures (recovering efficiency and latency, as well as the length of established end-to-end paths). The satisfactory results suggest the application to more complex scenarios where the nodes mobility is allowed.

This paper deals with an integrated MAC and Routing protocol, able to manage faults occurring in Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). To this end, the protocol design has been inspired by the cross-layer principle to minimize both the signaling overhead and power consumption. After an accurate functional characterization, the performance is presented for the most relevant figures (recovering efficiency and latency, as well as the length of established end-to-end paths). The satisfactory results suggest the application to more complex scenarios where the nodes mobility is allowed.

One Thought to “A Fault Tolerant Communication Architecture Supporting Critical Monitoring With Wireless Sensor Networks”

  1. Rajpal Mathangi

    How are we reducing Faults in this project using ‘Crtical Monitoring? and what are the algorthims you have used? How excatly this architecture is reducing power consumtion and latency?

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