Maximizing Data Collection Throughput on a Path in Energy Harvesting Sensor Networks Using a Mobile Sink
In energy harvesting wireless sensor networks (EH-WSNs), maximizing the data collection throughput is one of the most challenging issues. In this paper, we consider the problem of data collection on a pre-specified path using a mobile sink which has a fixed-mobility pattern. As a generalization of the previous works, we propose an optimization model for the problem which incorporates the effective and heterogeneous duration of sensors’ transmission in each time slot. To improve the network throughput, a simple condition is proposed which determines the maximum number of available time slots to each sensor node. Accordingly, the proposed condition specifies the constant velocity of the mobile sink.
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