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Real-time Power-Aware Routing in Sensor Networks

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8 Author(s)
Chipara, O. ; Washington Univ., St. Louis, MO ; He, Z. ; Guoliang Xing ; Qin Chen
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Many wireless sensor network applications must resolve the inherent conflict between energy efficient communication and the need to achieve desired quality of service such as end-to-end communication delay. To address this challenge, we propose the real-time power-aware routing (RPAR) protocol, which achieves application-specified communication delays at low energy cost by dynamically adapting transmission power and routing decisions. RPAR features a power-aware forwarding policy and an efficient neighborhood manager that are optimized for resource-constrained wireless sensors. Moreover, RPAR addresses important practical issues in wireless sensor networks, including lossy links, scalability, and severe memory and bandwidth constraints. Simulations based on a realistic radio model of MICA2 motes show that RPAR significantly reduces the number of deadlines missed and energy consumption compared to existing real-time and energy-efficient routing protocols

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Quality of Service, 2006. IWQoS 2006. 14th IEEE International Workshop on

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19-21 June 23006

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