autorzy: Adam Kozłowski*a, Janusz Sosnowskia
(aInstitute of Computer Science, Warsaw University of Technology, ul. Nowowiejska 15/18, Warsaw 00-665, Poland)
Fast growing market related to Internet of Things creates new demands for wireless sensor networks. Here we face the problem of optimizing energy consumption in many miniature electronic devices powered from local batteries and requested long life span of nodes up to 5-10 years. The transmission processes constitute the primary source of energy consumption in the node, however complex data processing can also contribute a non negligible component. Optimizing energy consumption we can use various energy saving schemes, e.g. bringing the nodes in a sleeping mode and waking them periodically. In the paper we analyse in detail time and power components influencing energy consumption profiles. The derived original parameters are helpful to create power consumption models for specific applications. The presented methodology has been verified experimentally within (TI) CC1310F128 chip.
Keywords IoT, energy consumption, wireless sensor networks, software defined network