Distance Reduction in Mobile Wireless Communication: Lower Bound Analysis and Practical Attainment

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The transmission energy required for a wireless communication increases superlinearly with the communication distance. In a mobile wireless network, nodal movement can be exploited to greatly reduce the energy required by postponing communication until the sender moves close to a target receiver, subject to application deadline constraints. In this paper… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/MASCOTS.2007.18

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