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Coverage area enhancement in wireless sensor network

  • Rahul PriyadarshiEmail author
  • Bharat Gupta
Technical Paper
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Abstract

In the wireless sensor network, coverage area may be enhanced after an initial deployment of sensors. Though, some research works propose how to decrease the coverage hole by increasing sensing range or movement assisted sensor deployment, these are not suitable for energy constraint wireless sensor network, as longer mobility distance or higher power level consume more energy. In this paper, we address the increasing coverage area through smaller mobility of nodes. We find out the coverage hole in the monitoring region, which is not covering by any sensing disk of sensor. Then, we address the new position of mobility nodes to increase the coverage area. The simulation result shows the mobile nodes can recover the coverage hole perfectly. The coverage holes is recovered by mobility on the existing recovery area, which cannot be lost. Moreover, hole detection time in our proposed protocol is better than existing algorithm.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electronics and Communication EngineeringNational Institute of TechnologyPatnaIndia

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