Wireless Sensor Networks (2020)

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The intent of the Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) Knowledge Unit is to provide students with a basic understanding of wireless sensor networks and the security issues associated with them.

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To complete this KU, students should be able to:

  1. Diagram and deploy a wireless sensor network.
  2. Describe the challenges associated with wireless sensor networks, including coordination, energy efficiency, and self organization.
  3. Propose and analyze appropriate security measures for wireless sensor networks.

Topics[edit]

  1. Managed vs. Ad-hoc network participation
  2. Cross Layer Optimization
  3. Network Architecture
    • Mesh
    • Structured
    • Hierarchical
  4. MAC approaches
    • Coordination
    • Self organization
  5. Routing Protocols
  6. Membership Management
    • Authentication Hash Tables
  7. Security Issues
    • Data Integrity
    • Data Poisoning
    • Resource Starvation
  8. Encryption.
  9. Energy Efficiency
    • Power budget
    • Energy Optimization
    • Energy Harvesting
  10. Radio Frequencies
    • RF selection and management
    • Interference

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Original Knowledge Unit

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WSN