Wireless Sensor Network of Mobile Nodes for Covering Destination Area and Connectivity of Network With Least Node Displacement

  • Priyanka Sood, Vinay Bhatia, Manpreet Kaur

Abstract

A mobile sensor network links physically scattered nodes. The sensor node is a small device which is wireless in nature, that have limited life of battery, small radio communication length, and narrow storage capacity. Sensor nodes are used to collect data, process data, track the surrounding. In randomly distributed mobile sensor network, connectivity of network and destination coverage can be improved by using mobility of sensor nodes. Two main problems of mobile sensor network are Connectivity of network and Destination coverage. The main area of focus here is problem of the mobile sensor distribution (MSD). It finds out a method of distributing mobile node sensors with least possible movement and least energy consumption which can provide us  destination coverage as well as connectivity of network..

 

Keywords: Mobile Sensor Network (MSN), Destination Coverage (DCOV), Mobile Sensor Distribution (MSD), Connectivity of Network (CON).

Published
2019-12-31
How to Cite
Manpreet Kaur, P. S. V. B. (2019). Wireless Sensor Network of Mobile Nodes for Covering Destination Area and Connectivity of Network With Least Node Displacement. International Journal of Control and Automation, 12(5), 599 - 606. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJCA/article/view/2695
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