EasiPLED: Discriminating the causes of packet losses and errors in indoor WSNs

@article{Huang2012EasiPLEDDT,
  title={EasiPLED: Discriminating the causes of packet losses and errors in indoor WSNs},
  author={Tingpei Huang and Haiming Chen and Zhaoliang Zhang and Li Cui},
  journal={2012 IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM)},
  year={2012},
  pages={487-493}
}
It is well known that there are two kinds of causes, namely channel-errors and collisions, which lead to high probability of packet losses and errors in wireless networks. The ability of discriminating the above two causes provides many opportunities for implementing high efficient networking protocols in wireless sensor networks (WSNs). This paper presents EasiPLED, a discriminator that can accurately and timely predict these two causes. EasiPLED has three salient features. First, it… CONTINUE READING

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