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This paper analyzes the impact of a physical layer jamming on the performance of wireless sensor networks by performing exhaustive comparative simulations using multicasting and by employing varying intensity of shadowing (constant and log normal). Comprehensive result analysis reveals that jamming drastically degrades the legitimate traffic throughput in a network, and, the constant shadowing approach is a better fit for a static network, both, under static as well as mobile jammerdoi:10.5815/ijcnis.2012.07.06 fatcat:xwrri6766naifh2xfjydp235wq