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Quality of Service In Wireless Sensor Networks through the Connectionless Scheduling Protocol

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5 Author(s)
Deb, B. ; Adv. Commun. Syst. Lab., GE Global Res. Center''s, Bangalore ; Evans, S.C. ; Tomlinson, H.W. ; Iyer, S.
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The connectionless scheduling protocol is a cross layer media access protocol that uses a pseudorandom message scheduling approach to achieve near optimal channel utilization with near optimal energy utilization, providing benefit for resource constrained multi-hop applications such as wing stress monitoring. In this paper we describe how quality of service differentiation can be easily applied to this protocol by providing simple message length or schedule availability constraints. Theoretical analysis is conducted through a derived probabilistic model.

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Aerospace Conference, 2008 IEEE

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1-8 March 2008