Algorithms and applications for low power wireless sensor networks using wake-up receivers

Amir Bannoura
Energy is the driving problem of wireless sensor networks (WSNs). Usually, sensor nodes operate for a long period of time and the only source of power supply is battery cells. The difficulty of accessing and exchanging the batteries leads to a desire for maintenance-free sensor nodes. The functionality of WSNs can be extended through the use of low power microprocessors, sensors and radio transceivers. The availability of low power hardware components provides a technological break-through...
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