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Energy Gain Enhancement by ECC Coded Data in Wireless Sensor Networks

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4 Author(s)
Adeel, M. ; NWFP UET, Peshawar, Pakistan ; Latif, A. ; Muaz, M. ; Mehmud, S.A.

Main research in focus nowadays in the area of wireless sensor networks (WSN) is optimizing solution of energy gain. Techniques for optimizing power usage in WSNs have been developed in this paper. The goal is achieved by exploiting a decrease in cross-over distance between error correcting coded (ECC) information signals and its un-coded version. A decrease in total energy gain is observed from the practical data acquisitioning. From analysis presented in this paper, the overall 22% energy gain in ECC coded data was observed with the theoretical analysis and results obtained using MATLAB. The modulation schemes under test were MPSK, MFSK and MQAM. Furthermore, the presented idea has opened ways for researchers to exploit other means to bring a decrease in cross-over distance so that further gain of energy in WSNs can be possible.

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Frontiers of Information Technology (FIT), 2012 10th International Conference on

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17-19 Dec. 2012