1 Delay Measurement Time Synchronization For Wireless Sensor Networks

@inproceedings{Ping20031DM,
  title={1 Delay Measurement Time Synchronization For Wireless Sensor Networks},
  author={Su Gui Ping},
  year={2003}
}
A synchronized network time is essential for energy efficient scheduling, data fusion, localization and many other wireless sensor networks (WSN) applications. This paper studies the special issue of time synchronization in tiny sensor networking devices and presents a Delay Measurement Time Synchronization (DMTS) technique applicable for both single hop and multi-hop wireless sensor networks. DMTS is flexible and lightweight. For a single hop WSN of n nodes, it takes only one time broadcast to… CONTINUE READING
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