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By Chiara Buratti, Marco Martalo', Roberto Verdone, Gianluigi Ferrari

This ebook provides an easy, but entire, method of the layout and function research of allotted processing algorithms and strategies appropriate for IEEE 802.15.4 networks. particularly, the publication specializes in the ground layers of the ISO/OSI stack (Physical and Medium entry Control), discussing additionally a number of factor concerning routing.

The publication is a the synergistic mixture of sign processing facets at the one hand and MAC and connectivity concerns however. The aim of the booklet is to obviously hyperlink actual layer features with medium entry and topology features, so that it will give you the reader with a transparent realizing of the way to procedure the layout of right allotted sign processing and medium entry algorithms during this context.

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17). This implies that the beacon and the active part of child superframe reside in the inactive period of Fig. 16 Tree-based network topology 22 Fig. 17 The tracking of the beacon’s parent, performed by a generic child 1 Wireless Sensor Networks Superframe duration Beacon Interval P Parent t Beacon tracking Child Beacon Tx offset Fig. 18 The superframe structure used in the treebased topology the parent superframe; therefore, there is no overlap at all between the active portions of the superframes of child and parent.

1, we present the analytical framework to analyze the performance of distributed detection schemes in clustered sensor networks. In Sect. 2, we analyze the sensor network lifetime in the presence of the proposed distributed detection strategies. In Sect. 3, we extend our framework to take into account possible non-constant SNR spatial distributions at the sensors. In Sect. 4, we extend the framework also to take into account the presence of different detection/fusion strategies. In Sect. 5, concluding remarks are given and, finally, a brief review of the literature is presented in Sect.

The duration of the active part of the superframe, containing CAP and CFP, is called superframe duration, will be denoted, in the following, as SD; and can be expressed as SD ¼ 960 Á 2SO Á Ts ; ð1:1Þ where SO is the superframe order, an integer parameter ranging from 0 to 14, and Ts is the symbol time. , the interval of time between two successive beacons, is called beacon interval, will be denoted, in the following, as BI; and can be expressed as BI ¼ 16 Á 60 Á 2BO Á Ts ; ð1:2Þ where BO is the beacon order, an integer parameter ranging from 0 to 14.

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