Coverage breach problems in bandwidth-constrained sensor networks

@article{Cheng2007CoverageBP,
  title={Coverage breach problems in bandwidth-constrained sensor networks},
  author={Maggie Xiaoyan Cheng and Lu Ruan and Weili Wu},
  journal={TOSN},
  year={2007},
  volume={3},
  pages={12}
}
Recent research in sensor networks highlights the low-power mode operation of sensor networks. In wireless sensor networks, network lifetime can be extended by organizing sensors into mutually exclusive subsets and alternatively activating each subset. Coverage breach occurs when a subset fails to cover all the targets. In bandwidth-constrained sensor networks, coverage breach is more likely to happen because when active sensors periodically send data to the base station, contention for channel… CONTINUE READING
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