QoS-enabled integration of wireless sensor networks and the internet
AlMaharmeh, Bassam T.
McEachen, John C.
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Recent developments in sensor networking for both military and civilian applications emphasized the need for a reliable integration of sensor networks with the Internet. For sensor networks deployed in various military applications, it is important that collected information be delivered as fast as possible with minimum delays. Information collected by sensor networks has different priority levels and hence QoS profiles must be provided in accordance with those priorities. In this study, an integration module is proposed. The objective of the module is to provide preferential services for high-priority traffic. The integration process consists of three phases: registration, control, and monitor. The three phases will be conducted by three software components: the registration service manager (RSM), the QoS control manager (QCM), and the network monitor manager (NMM). The three software components run on a stand-alone laptop and together form the integration controller (IC), which is the core of the integration module.
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