Error correction in single-hop wireless sensor networks - A case study

@article{Schmidt2009ErrorCI,
  title={Error correction in single-hop wireless sensor networks - A case study},
  author={Daniel Schmidt and Matthias Berning and Norbert Wehn},
  journal={2009 Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition},
  year={2009},
  pages={1296-1301}
}
Energy efficient communication is a key issue in wireless sensor networks. Common belief is that a multi-hop configuration is the only viable energy efficient technique. In this paper we show that the use of forward error correction techniques in combination with ARQ is a promising alternative. Exploiting the asymmetry between lightweight sensor nodes and a more powerful base station even advanced techniques known from cellular networks can be efficiently applied to sensor networks. Our… CONTINUE READING
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