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dc.contributor.authorPostigo Malaga, Mauricio-
dc.contributor.authorSupo Colquehuanca, Elvis-
dc.contributor.authorMatta Hernandez, Jorge-
dc.contributor.authorPari, Lizardo-
dc.contributor.authorMayhua López, Efraín Tito-
dc.description.abstractWireless sensor networks (WSN) for its low cost, easy deployment and affordable services are being used in different applications such as environmental monitoring, health, safety, among others. Recently, it has increased its use in localization and tracking problems. In a WSN, sensor node is associated with a coordinator node to form a Personal Area Network (PAN). In localization and tracking problems when sensor nodes are mobile there are problems when moving from one PAN to another, as they must execute a handover mechanism which is complicated by the limited computing capabilities that they have. In this paper, a WSN architecture for locating and tracking that eliminates the need for handover when a sensor node moves through the WSN is proposed. The proposed architecture considers two PAN conformations, one that is responsible for communicating the sensor nodes with nodes access point (AP) and the other forming a backbone network between the AP and the coordinator node. The results obtained after developing experiments in a real environment support the operation and benefits of the proposed architecture. © 2016 IEEE.es_PE
dc.description.uriTrabajo de investigaciónes_PE
dc.publisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.es_PE
dc.sourceRepositorio Institucional - UCSPes_PE
dc.sourceUniversidad Católica San Pabloes_PE
dc.subjectNetwork architecturees_PE
dc.subjectPersonal communication systemses_PE
dc.subjectAccess pointses_PE
dc.subjectBack-bone networkes_PE
dc.subjectComputing capabilityes_PE
dc.subjectLocalization and trackinges_PE
dc.subjectProposed architectureses_PE
dc.subjectReal environmentses_PE
dc.subjectVehicle locationes_PE
dc.subjectWireless sensor networkses_PE
dc.titleVehicle location system and monitoring as a tool for citizen safety using wireless sensor networkes_PE
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