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Course Outline: 0432 L 314 Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks

Introduction
Wireless sensor networks are large-scale networks of nodes comprised of sensing elements (temperature, acceleration, humidity, pressure, light, etc.), a processing element and a wireless transceiver. The nodes collaborate in application tasks ranging from environmental monitoring, health monitoring, surveillance, building automation, etc. 

Sensor networks differ from "traditional" wireless networks in several aspects, most importantly in their resource constrained nature. The sensor nodes are typically severely restricted in terms of memory, processing capacity and energy budget leading to the need for careful design of the node system software and protocol stack. These novel system solutions, driven by the specific nature of the sensor networks as a platform, are the focus of our interest in this course.
Lecture Topics
  • Preliminaries, Intro, Network architecture, Node architecture
  • Operating systems, TinyOS
  • Physical layer, Link layer
  • Naming and addressing, Medium access control
  • Topology control, Routing
  • Time synchronization, Localization and positioning
  • Transport layer, Data-centric networking
Prerequisites
BSc module „Kommunikationsnetze” or similar knowledge is required. Knowledge of architecture and programming of embedded systems is of benefit.
Exam
  •  oral exam
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