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MILCOM 2005 - 2005 IEEE Military Communications Conference
1 The Army's next generation distributed sensor networks provide stand-off situational awareness for future troops. A major factor for the performance and lifecycle of these sensor networks is their ability to conserve battery power. As advances in RF components reach the physical limits of energy efficiency, new network protocols operating at the link layer and above hold the greatest opportunities for additional improvements in energy efficiency. Recently, a number of power-saving solutionsdoi:10.1109/milcom.2005.1605885 fatcat:vzbrsa6ckjhuvetw5pbqdy5eqy