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SRCP: Simple Remote Control for Perpetual High-Power Sensor Networks

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SRCP: Simple Remote Control for Perpetual High-Power Sensor Networks
Remote management is essential for wireless sensor networks (WSNs) designed to run perpetually using harvested energy. A natural division of function for managing WSNs is to employ both an in-band data plane to sense, store, process, and forward data, and an out-of-band management plane to remotely control each node and its sensors. This paper presents SRCP, a Simple Remote Control Protocol that forms the core of an out-of-band management plane for WSNs. SRCP is motivated by our target environment: a perpetual deployment of high-power, aggressively duty-cycled nodes capable of handling high-bandwidth sensor data from multiple sensors. The protocol runs on low-power always-on control processors using harvested energy, distills an essential set of primitives, and uses them to control a suite of existing management functions on more powerful main nodes. We demonstrate SRCP's utility by presenting a case study that (i) uses it to control a broad spectrum of management functions and (i...
Navin Sharma, Jeremy Gummeson, David Irwin, Prasha
Added 25 Nov 2009
Updated 25 Nov 2009
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where EWSN
Authors Navin Sharma, Jeremy Gummeson, David Irwin, Prashant J. Shenoy
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