Path-Loss Modeling for Wireless Sensor Networks: A review of models and comparative evaluations.

@article{Kurt2017PathLossMF,
  title={Path-Loss Modeling for Wireless Sensor Networks: A review of models and comparative evaluations.},
  author={Sinan Kurt and Bulent Tavli},
  journal={IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine},
  year={2017},
  volume={59},
  pages={18-37}
}
Propagation models are used to abstract the actual propagation characteristics of electromagnetic waves utilized for conveying information in a compact form (i.e., a model with a small number of parameters). The correct modeling of propagation and path loss is of paramount importance in wireless sensor network (WSN) system design and analysis [1]. Most of the important performance metrics commonly employed for WSNs, such as energy dissipation, route optimization, reliability, and connectivity… CONTINUE READING
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