alexa Abstract | Localization of Wireless Sensor Networks with Ranging Quality in Woods
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International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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Localization is becoming very efficient and attractive in wireless sensor networks. Localization is most challenging and newest technology in real-world experience. When we use it in the forest there are various challenging interfering factors are there. Today wireless sensor networks are broadly used in control on environment , surveillance missions, monitoring, tracking and controlling etc. This localization is achieved by WSN and it is based on broadcasting technology exists in open field and it needs unbreakable communication. This paper deals with, Combined and Differentiated Localization idea for localization. That helps to exploits the strength of range-free approaches and range-based approaches. All this is possible by using received signal strength indicator (RSSI). As per study it is observed that ranging quality will effect on the accuracy of localization. Then for better ranging quality, CDL method is used. This combines virtual-hop localization, local filtration, ranging-quality aware calibration. It provides more accurate and consistent performance.

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Author(s): Navinkumar Dhopre, Shital Y Gaikwad

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