Low Power Wake up Receiver for Wireless Sensor Network

Due to the large number of micro-sensor nodes that may be deployed and the need for long system lifetimes, replacing the battery is not an option. Sensor systems must utilize the minimal possible energy while operating over a wide range of operating scenarios. In this paper, the authors have proposed a novel ID matching mechanism that uses a bloom filter to realize wake-up wireless communication. The design and implementation of a wireless wake-up module simulation results reveals that proposed model consume 724nW dynamic power i.e. 80% less than wake up receiver without bloom filter.

Provided by: International Journal on Computer Science and Technology (IJCST) Topic: Security Date Added: Sep 2010 Format: PDF

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