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Self-energizing Wireless Sensor Network

  • Aditya SinghEmail author
  • Manisha J. Nene
Conference paper

Abstract

The autonomous deployments using wireless sensor networks (WSNs) and their ability to self-organize play a vital role in data gathering in hostile environment or mission-critical applications. The contributions of this paper are threefold. First, the study in this paper proposes a preliminary model for peer-to-peer wireless power transfer (WPT) between sensor nodes, which is termed as self-energizing technique. Second, a fundamental design of a sensor node suitable for the self-energizing model is proposed, and third, using a clustering algorithm along with the flow mechanism to utilize the self-energizing technique is demonstrated. The study in this paper is a preliminary step toward proposing self-energizing technique between the peer sensor nodes of a deployed WSN. The paper concludes with the fact that the implications of self-energizing capabilities have the potential to enhance the fundamental deployment and design of such ad hoc networks.

Keywords

Wireless Sensor network (WSN) Wireless power transfer (WPT) Clustering WSN recharging Self-Organization 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Defense Institute of Advanced TechnologyPuneIndia

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