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Large scale geolocalization and routing experimentation with the SensLAB testbed

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Large scale geolocalization and routing experimentation with the SensLAB testbed
SensLAB's goal is to provide a very large scale open wireless sensor network testbed, by deploying 1024 nodes over 4 interconnected sites, and to offer a reference tool for the wireless sensor network community. Our demonstration purpose is to illustrate what the SensLAB1 platform offers through a case study: an animal tracking application needing routing and mobile node geolocalization. Through this example, we will show how to run an application in the large scale testbed SensLAB and some of the tools it provides to help in developing, tuning and monitoring such a large scale application.
Tony Ducrocq, Julien Vandaele, Nathalie Mitton, Da
Added 20 May 2011
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where MASS
Authors Tony Ducrocq, Julien Vandaele, Nathalie Mitton, David Simplot-Ryl
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