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Data Gathering Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks with Mobile Sinks

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4 Author(s)
Ke Tian ; Dept. of Inf. Technol., China Great Wall Asset Manage. Corp., Beijing, China ; Baoxian Zhang ; Kui Huang ; Jian Ma

Wireless sensor networks with mobile sinks (mWSN) have attracted a lot of attention recently. In an mWSN, each mobile sink can move freely and unpredictably. In this paper, we design two efficient data gathering protocols for mWSNs. The first protocol (called AVRP) adopts Voronoi scoping plus dynamic anchor selection to handle the sink mobility issue. In the second protocol (called TRAIL), the trail of mobile sink is used for guiding packet forwarding as sinks move in the network. In TRAIL, to forward a data packet, integration of trail-based forwarding and random walk is used. Specifically, when no fresh trail of any sink is known, random walk is used; once a sensor on a fresh sink trail is reached, data packet will be forwarded along the trail. TRAIL is simple to implement and has small protocol overhead. Simulation results show the designed protocols have high performance and further AVRP is suitable for mWSNs with heavy traffic while TRAIL is suitable for mWSNs with light traffic.

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Global Telecommunications Conference (GLOBECOM 2010), 2010 IEEE

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6-10 Dec. 2010

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