Researchers develop adaptive directional charging for efficient wireless rechargeable sensor networks

In a new study, researchers from Chung-Ang University proposed a new energy-efficient adaptive directional charging (EEADC) algorithm that considers the density of sensor nodes to adaptively choose single charging or multicharging sensor modules in wireless rechargeable sensor networks. Credit: Sungrae Cho of Chung-Ang University

Smart factories, vehicles, and cities increasingly use wireless rechargeable sensor networks (WRSNs) for communication. A distinct advantage of WRSNs is that they can be placed in remote, inaccessible, or even biologically or chemically contaminated areas for communication, surveillance, and reconnaissance in military and environmental applications. However, the potential of these WRSNs is restricted by their reliance …

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