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Tenet: An Architecture for Tiered Embedded Networks

  • Author(s): Ramesh Govindan;
  • Eddie Kohler;
  • Deborah Estrin;
  • Fang Bian;
  • Krishna Chintalapudi;
  • Om Gnawali;
  • Sumit Rangwala;
  • Ramakrishna Gummadi;
  • Thanos Stathopoulos
  • et al.
Abstract

Future large-scale sensor network deployments will be tiered, with the motes providing dense sensing and a higher tier of 32-bit master nodes with more powerful radios providing increased overall network capacity. In this paper, we describe a functional architecture for wireless sensor networks that leverages this structure to simplify the overall system. Our Tenet architecture has the nice property that the mote-layer software is generic and reusable, and all application functionality resides in masters.

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