A Low-Latency and Energy-Efficient Algorithm for Convergecast in Wireless Sensor Networks. Authors Sarma Upadhyayula, Valliappan Annamalai, Sandeep Gupta Presented by Bin Wang Arizona State University. Presentation Flow. Introduction Problem Description System Model Algorithm Results
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A Low-Latency and Energy-Efficient Algorithm for Convergecast in Wireless Sensor Networks
Sarma Upadhyayula, Valliappan Annamalai, Sandeep Gupta
Arizona State University
is the electrical energy required on the circuit of transceiver
is the amplification energy required to transmit a unit of data over
k is the size of the data packet transmitted by a node
r is the distance between communicating nodes
(Transmission Code, Reception Code, Transmission Time Slot)
Energy for Convergecast ( = 3)
Latency for Convergecast ( = 3)
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