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[Conference News] IEEE Standard 802.15.4 Drives Streetlight Network Design

Urban Wireless Sensor Networks encompass a large number of nodes, and often control several applications like automatic meter reading or remote control for traffic lights. A team of researchers from the University of Seville and Ryerson University have proposed an IEEE 802.15.4 – compliant large-scale urban network formed by clusters, interconnected by slave-slave bridges. The proposed routing solution is designed to solve the conflict between the memory requirements of a typical large-scale network and the low memory resources of a typical IEEE 802.15.4 commercial transceiver. Authors David Daza, Ramon G. Carvajal, Jelena Mišic, and Alfonso Guerrero presented their paper “Street Lighting Network Formation Mechanism Based on IEEE 802.15.4,” at the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad-Hoc and Sensor Systems in Valencia, Spain.

Papers from MASS 2011 are available to both IEEE Computer Society members and paid subscribers via the Computer Society Digital Library.

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