The Effects of FTR-HTTP Control Variables on The Performance of Internet Integrated Sensor Networks
Efforts to integrate sensor networks into internet have been widely pursued. A FTR-HTTP (Finite Time Response Hyper Text Transfer Protocol) has been proposed to integrate the sensor networks with a data collector server through internet. The FTR-HTTP has two control variables, i.e. forced sleep duration (K) and Maximum response Time (MaxTr), in which both affect the performance of the FTR-HTTP. This paper reports some experimental researches that demonstrate the effects of variations of the two control variables on the performance of the FTR-HTTP.