Performance Analysis of Data Transmission Device In Wireless Sensor Network
|International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT)||
|© 2020 by IJETT Journal|
|Year of Publication : 2020|
|Authors : A.B. Primawan
|DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V68I3P201S|
MLA Style: A.B. Primawan "Performance Analysis of Data Transmission Device In Wireless Sensor Network" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 68.3(2020):1-5.
APA Style:A.B. Primawan. Performance Analysis of Data Transmission Device In Wireless Sensor Network International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 68(3),1-5.
One of which study of wireless sensor networks is the quality of data transmission. The quality of data transmission on a wireless transmission system is greatly influenced by the characteristics of the data transmission method. Apart from that the sensor network topology will affect the mechanism of data transmission both data transmission between sensor points (sensor nodes) and sending data from sensor points to the central point (gateway node). So that the selection of sensor system devices and the ability to live (life time) is an interesting study for further investigation. Apart from that, the sensor placement scenario also affects the quality of data transmission.
This research implements several sensor network scenarios on two methods of data transmission i.e. standard Radio Frequency (RF24) and WiFi (ESP8266). The quality of data transmission will be measured based on the time delay (delay transmission) and the use of power (power consumption) on each sensor device that is connected in a sensor network. The results of the implementation that have been carried out are the assembly and programming of Gateway devices and sensor nodes each of 1 (one) and 4 (four) pieces. Next install the devices into a temperature sensor network. The network will be created using a mesh topology (tree and star). The results of testing the device show that the device has been able to work well to measure and send data from the node to the gateway.
The results of power and time delay measurements from several pre-designed network scenarios show a large decrease in power at the gateway device compared to the sensor node. Meanwhile the transmission delay is greatly influenced by the data sending algorithm.
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transmissions delay time, power usage, wireless sensor network.