Topology optimization in wireless sensor networks for precision agriculture applications
In this paper a new way to build a wireless sensor network is proposed, which is based on measuring the field's electrical conductivity, staying away from the classic network grid implementation. Furthermore it is explained how a typical WSN works, which are the pros and cons and the technical characteristics, as well as how electrical conductivity can influence the decision to build the WSN topology and the advantage of this approach comparing to the typical ones. © 2007 IEEE.
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