The University of Southampton

Redistributing WSN Energy Consumption

Date:
2008-
Theme:
Communication and Networking

The aim of this research is to beneficially redistribute energy consumption in wireless sensor networks. Typically, sensor nodes have scarce energy resources and must rely on energy harvesting to prolong their life. By contrast, the sink node is often integrated into a higher-level system and can benefit from the accompanying plentiful energy resources, such as the mains. It is therefore desirable to redistribute energy consumption from the sensor nodes to the sink node. This can be achieved using iterative decoding.

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Associated research groups

  • Pervasive Systems Centre
  • Communications Research Group
  • Electronic Systems and Devices Group
  • Electronics and Electrical Engineering
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