IMPACT OF PHYSICAL LAYER DESIGN ON THE DEPLOYMENT OF A SENSOR NETWORK WITH CORRELATED OBSERVATIONS

Abstract : We consider a sensor network which observes a spatially correlated random field. The Slepian-Wolf scheme is known to help reduce the transmission requirement in such a scenario. We seek a “good” operating point for this network, in order to maximize the information gathered with a constraint on the network budget (which includes the number of nodes and their transmission powers). We present a comparative study of the system performance obtained under various transmission/ reception schemes and fading coefficient statistics. Finally, we study the optimal density of the sensor network.
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T. Banerjee, A. A. Kherani, Merouane Debbah, Aline Roumy. IMPACT OF PHYSICAL LAYER DESIGN ON THE DEPLOYMENT OF A SENSOR NETWORK WITH CORRELATED OBSERVATIONS. VIII IEEE Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications, Jun 2007, Helsinki, Finland. pp.Annals. ⟨hal-00280654⟩

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