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Routing in wireless ad-hoc networks has received significant attention from recent literature due to the fact that the dynamic behavior of these networks poses many technical challenges on the design of an effective routing scheme. Though on-demand routing approaches have been shown to perform well, they generally lack the support for Quality-of-Service(More)
The standard CSMA/CA based IEEE 802.11 protocol assumes that each node uses a certain fixed (or maximum) transmission power for the transmission of each packet. However, a MAC protocol with power adjustments can have significant benefits towards better power conservation and higher system throughput through better spatial reuse of spectrum. In this work, we(More)
Some sensitive applications such as volcanic monitoring, fire detection data should be transmitted within a specified delay to the base station. Multipath-GT (Multipath-Generalized Topology) model uses an on-demand approach to estimate a delay based on processing time, packet loss rate between two neighbouring nodes. In existing work, if a node or link(More)
Chinese remainder theorem is used as packet forwarding technique in duty cycled wireless sensor network. This is a novel packet forwarding technique to grade reliable delivery and saves energy of this duty cycled wireless sensor network. This forwarding technique reduces the burden of the node by transmitting only few message bits. The duty cycled wireless(More)
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