The micro-sensor of the high-power router sensor network has the functions of sensing, counting and communication. It is mainly composed of the sensing unit, the transmission unit, the storage unit and the power source. After completing the information collection, storage and simple calculation of the sensing object, the The transmission network is transmitted to the remote monitoring center. The high-power router sensor network consists of a set of micro-sensors in AdHoc mode. The sensors in the network can cooperatively sense, collect and process the information and data of the perceived objects in the monitored area, and distribute them to users who use certain forms of terminal equipment. The high-power router sensor network belongs to the AdHoc network. "AdHoc" means "dedicated, specific" in Latin. Therefore, the AdHoc network is also commonly referred to as a network without fixed facilities or an ad hoc network. It can be fast, flexible and Convenient automatic networking.
The high-power router sensor nodes are distributed in the area to be monitored, and the specific information and physical parameters are monitored. The gateway node collects the most monitored data collected by many sensor nodes in the monitoring site and transmits them to the remote network through the transmission network. Monitoring center.
The transmission network provides unobstructed communication between sensors and between the sensor and the monitoring center, and a communication path can be established between the sensor and the monitoring terminal.
Some nodes or all nodes in the high-power router sensor network can move, but the network nodes move within a large range, which will inevitably cause dynamic changes in the network topology. The nodes communicate in the networking mode of AdHoc. Each node in the network can perform specific physical monitoring of the site environment, and can receive monitoring information data sent from sensors in other directions, and pass certain routing algorithms and The rule forwards the information data to the next relay node. Each node in the network also has the ability to dynamically search, locate, and restore connections.
The perceived object of the high-power router sensor network is specifically represented by the physical fort of the monitored object: information such as temperature, humidity, speed, and children with harmful gases.