JAVeLEN - An ultra-low energy ad hoc wireless network

@article{Redi2008JAVeLENA,
  title={JAVeLEN - An ultra-low energy ad hoc wireless network},
  author={Jason Redi and S. Kolek and K. Manning and Craig Partridge and R. Rosales-Hain and Ram Ramanathan and Isidro Casti{\~n}eyra},
  journal={Ad Hoc Networks},
  year={2008},
  volume={6},
  pages={108-126}
}
Wireless networks are often very lightly used. Some wireless networks, most notably sensor networks, are also energyconstrained – that is, the period of time during which the network is operational depends on battery lifetime. We have designed and simulated a novel design for a mobile ad hoc network with a low offered load (of approximately 1% average loading) that uses dramatically less (often 300 times or 99.7% less) power than industry standard protocols and yet achieves higher delivery… CONTINUE READING
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