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Adaptive relaying for wireless sensor networks leveraging wake-up receiver

Abstract : Energy management is a perennial issue in the design of wireless sensor networks that require long-term sustainability. Radio transmissions being the main energy consuming tasks, adaptive transmission power and relaying protocols represent promising solutions to increase network lifetime. In this work, a novel MAC protocol leveraging emerging wake up receivers is proposed for multihop wireless sensor networks. It uses energy-based back-off mechanism to allow nodes to choose the best transmission schemes (relay or not) and corresponding transmission powers. The proposed approach has been implemented on a real hardware platform. Performance evaluation combining analytical models and microbenchmarks demonstrates a potential lifetime gain up to 1.7 when two relays are used.
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Nour El Hoda Djidi, Antoine Courtay, Matthieu Gautier, Oliver Berder. Adaptive relaying for wireless sensor networks leveraging wake-up receiver. IEEE International Conference on Electronics Circuits and Systems (ICECS), Dec 2018, Bordeaux, France. ⟨hal-01900670⟩



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