Underwater Sensor Nodes and Networks
AbstractSensor technology has matured enough to be used in any type of environment. The appearance of new physical sensors has increased the range of environmental parameters for gathering data. Because of the huge amount of unexploited resources in the ocean environment, there is a need of new research in the field of sensors and sensor networks. This special issue is focused on collecting recent advances on underwater sensors and underwater sensor networks in order to measure, monitor, surveillance of and control of underwater environments. On the one hand, from the sensor node perspective, we will see works related with the deployment of physical sensors, development of sensor nodes and transceivers for sensor nodes, sensor measurement analysis and several issues such as layer 1 and 2 protocols for underwater communication and sensor localization and positioning systems. On the other hand, from the sensor network perspective, we will see several architectures and protocols for underwater environments and analysis concerning sensor network measurements. Both sides will provide us a complete view of last scientific advances in this research field. View Full-Text
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Lloret, J. Underwater Sensor Nodes and Networks. Sensors 2013, 13, 11782-11796.
Lloret J. Underwater Sensor Nodes and Networks. Sensors. 2013; 13(9):11782-11796.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lloret, Jaime. 2013. "Underwater Sensor Nodes and Networks." Sensors 13, no. 9: 11782-11796.