2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11528-8_13
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Chong Shen, Sean Harte, Emanuel Popovici, Brendan O’Flynn, John Barton

Abstract: Abstract. In this research we focus on the Tyndall 25mm and 10mm nodes energy-aware topology management to extend sensor network lifes pan and optimise node power consumption. The two tiered Tyndall Het erogeneous Automated Wireless Sensors (THAWS) tool is used to quickly create and configure application-specific sensor networks. To this end, we propose to implement a distributed route discovery algorithm and a practical energy-aware reaction model on the 25mm nodes. Triggered by the energy-warning events, th…

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