Mobility

Data Capacity Improvement of Wireless Sensor Networks Using Non-Uniform Sensor Distribution

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Executive Summary

Energy conservation is an important design consideration for battery powered Wireless Sensor NETworks (WSNET). Energy constraint in WSNETs limits the total amount of sensed data (data capacity) received by sinks. In the commonly used static model of sensor networks with uniformly distributed homogenous sensors with a stationary sink, sensors close to the sink drain their energy much faster than sensors far away from the sink due to the unevenly distributed forwarding workloads among sensors. A major issue, which has not been adequately addressed so far, is the question of how sensor deployment governs the data capacity, and how to improve data capacity of WSNETs.

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