Aggregation Mechanism for Reducing Schedule Length in Tree Based Wireless Sensor Networks
To explore and evaluate different techniques using real simulation models under multilevel communication paradigm. Data packets are time scheduled on single frequency channel by minimizing the time slots to complete a CONVERGECAST. Scheduling with transmission power control will diminish the effects of interference. The power control helps in reducing the schedule length under single frequency. Scheduling transmissions using multiple frequencies is more efficient than the single frequency. By providing power bounds in the schedule length interference is eliminated.