CBS - An Efficient & Effective Sensor Node Deployment Model for Wireless Sensor Network

Er. Vaishyampayan Jain
2017 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is a system consisting of large number of Sensor Nodes (SNs) geographically distributed in the region to be monitored. Sensor is an important part in wireless sensor network. Success of wireless sensor depends upon type, position and situation of sensor nodes. Placement of sensor nodes in deployment area is the major factor that determines the life, coverage area and connectivity of wireless sensor nodes. Most of the events cannot be sensed from distant locations
more » ... distant locations as sensor nodes has limited sensing range. Through literature review, different sensor nodes deployment schemes proposed by the other researchers has been analyzed. Default policy used for the deployment of sensor nodes in the huge area is random deployment. In this paper, authors have suggested a competent and effective sensor deployment model named Cannon Based Scatter. It scatters the sensor nodes using an aerial vehicle over the target region using cannon based scatter design. Proposed design has been tested using Matlab simulator. By minimizing the number of scans required to deploy the sensor nodes, design has shown its effectiveness and efficiency in terms of time, distance and area coverage.
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2017.9223 fatcat:5cmesrt7qfajxc3k5ou4vy4iqy