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Author(s): Suman Pandey, Shirsbu Varma

Email(s): varmashirshu@gmail.com

Address: Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology ,Sultanpur, India
Indian Institute of information Technology, Allahabad, India.

Published In:   Volume - 27,      Issue - 1,     Year - 2014


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Pandey and Varma (2014). Energy Efficient Distributive Localization System Using Mac Scheme For Wireless Sensor Network: A Review. Journal of Ravishankar University (Part-B: Science), 27(1), pp. 23-31.




Journal of Ravishankar University Vol. 27  No. B (Science) 2014  PP 23-31  ISSN 0970-5910

Energy Efficient Distributive Localization System Using Mac Scheme For Wireless Sensor Network:  A Review

Suman Pandey1 and Shirsbu  Varma2,*

1Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology ,Sultanpur, India

2Indian Institute of information Technology, Allahabad, India

*Corresponding Author: varmashirshu@gmail.com

[Received 29 March 2014; accepted 10 April 2014)

Abstract.  Localization is a prerequisite for almost all monitoring or control tasks in wireless sensor   network.  Analysing characteristics of localizable wireless sensor network and designing an efficient localization   system under a variety of working environments·  are recent horizons  in  sensor network that needs  to be reviewed. Being very resources restricted networks the most critical requirement for life of sensor network is to control the usage of energy.  To be energy efficient nodes are synchronized with neighbouring nodes and contributing in collection of ranging data to estimate the position of sensor network, Further,  the computation for localization is not based on some central nodes but the whole set of nodes contributes  so it is distributive in nature. The prime focus of this work is to integrate the media access control scheme to the localization process of wireless sensor network.  This paper presents the design overview of the localization system tunnelled with the standards of sensor MAC protocol and details the control structure needed. In this paper we have discussed every minute aspect of sensor network localization model including the topology, mobility, and channel and propagation schemes with scheduled transmission access.

Keywords; ad hoc network, Localization, RSSI, node, sensor networks, WSN

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