Single versus multi-hop wireless reprogramming in sensor networks

  title={Single versus multi-hop wireless reprogramming in sensor networks},
  author={Rajesh Krishna Panta and Saurabh Bagchi and Issa M. Khalil and Luis Antonio Montestruque},
Wireless reprogramming of the sensor network is useful for uploading new code or for changing the functionality of the existing code. In recent years, the research focus has shifted from single hop reprogramming to multi-hop reprogramming primarily because of its ease of use. Practical experience from a multi-hop sensor network for monitoring water pollution, called CSOnet, deployed in South Bend, IN, indicates that single-hop reprogramming may be preferable under certain conditions to minimize… CONTINUE READING
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