Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology
BandWidth (BW) resources are scarce and valuable in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). Managing this scarcity in BW is a key challenge in WSN's environments. Achieving high BW Utilization (BWU) will rise the Quality-of-Service (QoS) that network can guarantee, without the omission of the importance of concurring BWU, with the minimizing of Connection Blocking (CBP) and Dropping (CDP) Probabilities. This paper considers attaining high QoS from point of BW scheduling whether WSNs is designed in two or three dimensions, also the author's scheme studies the effect of existence or the absence of base station blind spot.