L3SN: A Level-Based, Large-Scale, Longevous Sensor Network System for Agriculture Information Monitoring

  title={L3SN: A Level-Based, Large-Scale, Longevous Sensor Network System for Agriculture Information Monitoring},
  author={Yongcai Wang and Yuexuan Wang and Xiao Qi and Liwen Xu and Jinbiao Chen and Guanyu Wang},
  journal={Wireless Sensor Network},
We developed LSN, a scalable, longevous, adaptive, and internet accessible wireless sensor network system for agriculture information monitoring, which is meticulously designed to meet the requirement of thousands hectares coverage, years of time monitoring and the adverse environment. The system architecture, the agriculture sensor device, the mesh protocol, and the web-based information processing platform are introduced. We also presented some implementation experience. The mesh protocol… CONTINUE READING

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