When underwater acoustic nodes should sleep with one eye open: idle-time power management in underwater sensor networks

@inproceedings{Harris2006WhenUA,
  title={When underwater acoustic nodes should sleep with one eye open: idle-time power management in underwater sensor networks},
  author={Albert F. Harris and Milica Stojanovic and Michele Zorzi},
  booktitle={Underwater Networks},
  year={2006}
}
The current interest in underwater sensor networks stems fr om the potential to use long term sensing devices to monitor the large mass of oceans on the planet ( .g., underwater seismic event monitoring or underwater oil rig monitoring). To accomplish th is, the sensor nodes must have the ability to self-configure the comm unication network and provide energy-efficient data transmiss ion. To this end, researchers have begun devising MAC-layer protoc ols that minimize energy consumption for data… CONTINUE READING
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