Priscilla Chen

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In ad hoc networks, devices are required to self-organize themselves into a network without previously established infrastructure. The kind of ad hoc network we consider in this paper is made up of a multitude of relatively low mobility , short range, wireless devices, pervasively deployed throughout the environment. One of the most important design(More)
—This paper introduces the neuRFon™ Netform, a self-organizing wireless network for low data rate, low-power fixed sensor nodes. The protocol utilizes a logical backbone architecture through which data communications between all the network nodes are supported by hierarchical routing. We present algorithms that underpin the self-organizing features. The(More)
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