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Title: Topology Control for Wireless Sensor Networks
Researcher: Sutar Udaysinh Shankarao
Guide(s): Bodhe Shrikant K.
Keywords: Collision Avoidance
Energy Conservation
Increased Network Capacity
K-Coverage Analysis of Clustered WSN
Topology Control Taxonomy
Wireless Sensor Networks
University: Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies
Completed Date: 1/1/2010
Abstract: Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) contain hundreds or thousands of sensor nodes newlineequipped with sensing, computing and communication abilities. Each node has the ability newlineto sense phenomena of its environment, perform simple computations, and communicate newlineamong them or directly to an external base station (BS). Deployment of a sensor network newlinecan be in random fashion. Sensor nodes may be dropped from an airplane or planted newlinemanually over a terrain of interest. These networks promise a maintenance-free, faulttolerant newlineplatform for gathering different kinds of data. Sensor node needs to operate for a newlinelong time on a tiny battery. Therefore innovative techniques to eliminate energy newlineinefficiencies that would shorten the lifetime of the network must be used. newline
Appears in Departments:Department of Electronic & Telecommunication Engineering

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