An Analytical Approach to the Deployment Quality of Surveillance Wireless Sensor Networks Considering the Effect of Jammers and Coverage Holes

The requirements of surveillance wireless sensor networks, such as latency and reliability provisions, are directly related to the deployment quality, which is an indicator of the sensing capability of the network. The determination of the deployment quality is hindered by various factors that cause coverage holes, such as the existence of jammers and destruction of sensors. This paper presents an analytical deployment quality measure in terms of network parameters, including the sensor count, sensing coverage, coverage hole count, coverage hole area size and deployment area size.

Provided by: Reed Elsevier Topic: Mobility Date Added: Nov 2010 Format: PDF

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