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Title: Способы снижения энергетических затрат в беспроводных сенсорных сетях
Authors: Шостко, И. С.
Соседка, Ю. Э.
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: ХНУРЭ
Citation: Шостко И.С. , Соседка Ю.Э. Способы снижения энергетических затрат в беспроводных сенсорных сетях // Проблемы инфокоммуникаций. Наука и технологии (PIC S&T-2013): Сборник научных трудов первой международной научно-практической конференции, Харьков 9-11 октября 2013 г. / М-во образования и науки Украины, Харьковский национальный университет радиоэлектроники. –Харьков: ХНУРЭ, 2013. –С.209-211.
Abstract: Currently, the automation systems, monitoring the state of the objects are increasingly successfully used technology of wireless sensor networks. In the practice of the most widely used fixed wireless sensor networks, which are characterized by their fixed state during operation. The paper discusses possible ways to reduce energy consumption in wireless sensor networks. Limit power consumption due to the fact that the sensors operate from the power source with limited power limit (typically battery). The less often they will be replaced or recharged, the lower cost will have their service. Also, power consumption is an important limitation in the use of sensors, access to which is complicated, therefore, the power supply can not be replaced or recharged, for example, when it comes to monitoring the environment and the area where surveillance can achieve more than a thousand square kilometers. Therefore, reducing the energy consumption is a key research objective in the design of wireless sensor networks, which are currently not sufficiently investigated. To do this, we examined five possible options for reducing the power consumption of sensors sensor net work.
URI: http://openarchive.nure.ua/handle/document/2887
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