Handbook of Sensor Networks by Laurie Kelly

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The future network-centric ISR architecture will likely employ worldwide wideband communication networks to interconnect sensors with distributed processing and fusion sites. The resulting distributed database will provide a common operational picture for deployed forces. The sensor data will return to a CONUS entry point and pass over a wideband fiber network to the various processing centers where the sensor data will be fused. The data link from the theater to CONUS is expected to be optical to achieve very high link capacity [5].

So far, no networking protocols are available to carry out such a task reliably in a multihop network. The main difficulty is the acknowledgment of packets in such a joint multihop/multicast communication. 4 Concluding Remarks Wireless sensor networks have numerous exciting applications in virtually all fields of science and engineering, including health care, industry, military, security, environmental science, geology, agriculture, and social studies. In particular, the combination with macroscopic or MEMS-based actuators is intriguing because it permits manipulation of the environment in an unprecedented manner.

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