Mobility

Comparison of Routing Protocols for Locating Moving Object in Large Scale Cellular Wireless Sensor Network

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Executive Summary

A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is ad hoc dense wireless network of small, low-cost Sensor Nodes (SN), which collect and disseminate sensed data with limited power sources. WSNs can be used in many applications, such as environmental monitoring and object tracking. Organizing network topology with energy efficient traffic can maximize network lifetime. A cellular architecture based on organizing SNs according to their geographical position had been introduced. It uses inheritance features to organize and reduce traffic. It works with ALL-Active (AA) SNs.

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