QoS Integration of the Internet and Wireless Sensor Networks
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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. In this paper, an integration module is proposed. The objective of the module is to provide preferential services for high-priority traffic. The integration module is implemented and tested using hardware equipments, such as Cisco routers and 10/100 Mbps switches. According to the testbed measurements, the proposed integration module is able to adapt to different traffic needs, thus, ensuring the QoS for different sensor network applications.
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