single-hop transmission

single-hop transmission

[′siŋ·gəl ¦häp trans′mish·ən]
(communications)
Radio transmission in which radio waves are reflected from the ionosphere only once along their path from the transmitter to the receiver.
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In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), nodes are deployed in monitored areas, physical data collected by the source node (SN) that needs to be transmitted to the destination node (DN) via single-hop transmission or multi-hop transmission.
Each variable corresponds with the SNR, in which single-hop transmission is carried out over the distinct channel to optimize energy efficiency.
A Generic Model for Optimizing Single-Hop Transmission Policy of Replenish able Sensors" in this method they had examined about the energy efficient renewable sensor networks.
R is the single-hop transmission distance from the origin TX to its associated RX, and [PHI] is the angle with which each packet traversed at each hop to the destination (see Fig.
Proof: The PDF of the single-hop transmission distance R for the closest neighbor hopping strategy is given by [23].
The PDF of the single-hop transmission distance R for the furthest neighbor and randomly selected neighbor hopping strategy is given by [23]
The PDF of the single-hop transmission distance R for the randomly selected neighbor hopping strategy is given by [23]
Theorem 3: In an infinite network following a homogeneous 2-D PPP, the expected single-hop transmission distance for the closest neighbor, furthest neighbor and randomly selected neighbor hopping strategies are given by
Proof: The expected single-hop transmission distance in expressions (23)-(25) can be obtained by evaluating the mean value of R for the PDF of the distance R [member of] (0, [r.
0] increases, there will be more potential RXs within the selection region of the typical TX and the single-hop transmission distance is more likely to be shorter.
Since the spatial capacity density is determined by the density of source nodes, the single-hop transmission distance and the per-hop success probability, when [[lambda].
These research works for centralized CRNs are not appropriate for decentralized CRNs because centralized CRNs are based on single-hop transmissions between the CU and the central entity.