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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 15)
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Study on Optimal Regular Deployment Patterns of Wireless Sensor Network

Zhang Junguo and Zhou Feng
Corresponding Author:  Zhang Junguo 

Key words:  Regular deployment, simulation, unregular equilateral hexagon, wireless sensor network, , ,
Vol. 4 , (15): 2300-2303
Submitted Accepted Published
December 18, 2011 April 20, 2012 August 01, 2012

Wireless sensor network is a popular technology nowadays, having a wide range of application in many fields. The deployment of sensor nodes is a key problem of the technology, it has a great important influence on the network’s function and life. The regular deployment is a common one of the node deployment patterns, classical regular deployment includes regular triangle, square, rhombus and equilateral hexagon, but now there is little research into the unregular equilateral hexagon in equilateral hexagon pattern. We investigated the unregular equilateral hexagon in this study. On the basis of the existing research findings, we made derivation to a conclusion that which pattern is the best when the sensing radius and the communication radius have a different proportion and did the simulation.
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Zhang Junguo and Zhou Feng, 2012. Study on Optimal Regular Deployment Patterns of Wireless Sensor Network.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 4(15): 2300-2303.
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