Mobility

Reliable Point to Multipoint Hierarchical Routing in Scatternet Sensor Network

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Executive Summary

In the recent development of communication, Bluetooth Scatternet wireless is a technology developed for wideband local accesses. Bluetooth technology is very popular because of its low cost and easy deployment which is based on IEEE 802.11 standards. On the other hand Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) consists of large number of sensor nodes distributed to monitor an environment and each node in a WSN consists of a small CPU, a sensing device and battery. Mostly, the sensor networks are distributed in an inconvenient location and it is difficult to recharge often. So routing in WSN is an important issue to consume energy and as well as to increase the life of the network, since a routing protocol finds the path between sources and sink.

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