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Competition at the wireless sensor network MAC layer: low power probing interfering with X-MAC

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posted on 2014-04-25, 09:08 authored by Sven Zacharias, THOMAS NEWETHOMAS NEWE
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) combine sensors with computer networks and enable very dense, in-situ and live measurements of data over a large area. Since this emerging technology has the potential to be embedded almost everywhere for numberless applications, interference between different networks can become a serious issue. For most WSNs, it is assumed today that the network medium access is non-competitive. On the basis of X-MAC interfered by Low Power Probing, this paper shows the danger and the effects of different sensor networks communicating on a single wireless channel of the 2.4 GHz band, which is used by the IEEE 802.15.4 standard.

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A new method for transforming data to normality with application to density estimation

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Journal of Physics: Conference Series;307, 012038

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IOP Publishing

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peer-reviewed

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IRCSET

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English

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