[BWB13] Reliable Routing Using Heterogeneity in Wireless Sensor Networks

Conférence Internationale avec comité de lecture : IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference 2013, September 2013, pp.5,

Mots clés: Heterogeneity, reliable routing, wireless networks, health care

Résumé: Health care monitoring using wireless sensor networks is limited by energy, low bandwidth and small memory storage. In this kind of networks, Packet Delivery Ratio (PDR) is often too low, so it is a challenge to support transmission reliability. In heath care context, heterogeneous nodes are generally used. This paper presents a new approach to improve the transmission reliability with a new multicast routing protocol (HMR) which uses this heterogeneity. This approach exploits some powerful nodes instead of all nodes to forward packets avoiding the loss of packets and reducing the overhead. Simulation results show that this approach could be an interesting solution both in BAN (Body Area Network) and PAN (Personal Area Network)

Equipe: mim
Collaboration: IRIT


@inproceedings {
title="{Reliable Routing Using Heterogeneity in Wireless Sensor Networks}",
author=" G. Barros and A. Wei and A. Beylot ",
booktitle="{IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference 2013}",