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A Case Study on the Multi-Hopping Performance of IoT Network Used for Farm Monitoring

A Case Study on the Multi-Hopping Performance of IoT Network Used for Farm Monitoring To compete in global markets, the agri-food industries are shifting toward smart farming. Technologies such as the internet of things (IoT) are implementing in all fields of data transmission to improve production and performance besides increasing capital. One of the major challenges of IoT deployment in farming is area coverage for remote data monitoring. The internet is made up of sub-networks of sensors that are linked together to monitor data of various parameters. In farming, measured data communicates between sensor and receiver over longer distances via wireless medium involving numerous challenges such as reduced signal power, thermal noise, and other environmental interference. This paper primarily discusses the multi-hopping of multiple routers as an intermediate link between sensors and receivers in an IoT network to ensure reliable communication. To deploy the respective architecture and routing procedures, a case study has been presented representing an IoT network’s wireless communication. To enhance the monitoring of the forming area, a separate edge network with sensors, routers, and multiple receivers is set up. Multi-hopping performance in farming is validated with an ad-hoc on-demand distance vector (ODV) associated with customized signal power on IoT networks. The parameters for the proposed case study such as signal strengths, path loss, and packet error rate are incorporated. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Automatic Control and Computer Sciences Springer Journals

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © Allerton Press, Inc. 2023. ISSN 0146-4116, Automatic Control and Computer Sciences, 2023, Vol. 57, No. 1, pp. 70–80. © Allerton Press, Inc., 2023.
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0146-4116
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1558-108X
DOI
10.3103/s0146411623010029
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Abstract

To compete in global markets, the agri-food industries are shifting toward smart farming. Technologies such as the internet of things (IoT) are implementing in all fields of data transmission to improve production and performance besides increasing capital. One of the major challenges of IoT deployment in farming is area coverage for remote data monitoring. The internet is made up of sub-networks of sensors that are linked together to monitor data of various parameters. In farming, measured data communicates between sensor and receiver over longer distances via wireless medium involving numerous challenges such as reduced signal power, thermal noise, and other environmental interference. This paper primarily discusses the multi-hopping of multiple routers as an intermediate link between sensors and receivers in an IoT network to ensure reliable communication. To deploy the respective architecture and routing procedures, a case study has been presented representing an IoT network’s wireless communication. To enhance the monitoring of the forming area, a separate edge network with sensors, routers, and multiple receivers is set up. Multi-hopping performance in farming is validated with an ad-hoc on-demand distance vector (ODV) associated with customized signal power on IoT networks. The parameters for the proposed case study such as signal strengths, path loss, and packet error rate are incorporated.

Journal

Automatic Control and Computer SciencesSpringer Journals

Published: Feb 1, 2023

Keywords: IoT Network; Remote monitoring; multi-hopping; farming

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