Analysis of Latency in Finite Duty Cycling Wireless Networks


Sleep-wake scheduling (or duty cycling) of radio transceivers is a well known technique for achieving energy conservation in wireless ad hoc and sensor networks. While putting nodes to sleep for certain durations of time saves energy since they cannot transmit, receive or listen, it also results in lower throughput capacity in the network and increased… (More)


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