TDMA Proposals for Wireless Sensor Networks for Highly Reliable and Energy Efficient Data Collection in an Industrial Application
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17th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies & Factory Automation
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The range of applications for wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is continuously growing and is expanding into new branches and markets rapidly. Largely different requirements regarding network structure, powering possibility, latency, data rates, and reliability, lead to the need of suitable systems and protocols. An approved way to implement an energy aware wireless network is the Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) strategy. In this work we propose two different TDMA schedules for highly reliable sensor data collection with sample rates of 10 Hz and analyze and compare them regarding reliability and energy consumption. A standard coin cell can power a sensor node for more than 2 month with a sensor data loss smaller than 10^-3 percent at 3% PER in the radio channel.