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SRI SIVANI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Subject: WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS Lesson Plan


ACADAMIC YEAR: 2015-2016 YEAR/SEM/SEC: IV-II-ECE-B
Name of the Faculty: PRAVEEN CHAKRAVARTHY BH
Teaching aid:(a) chalk&talk,(b) learning by doing,(c) lcd projector,(d) internet,(e) role play,(f) modals/chart,(g)group task,(h)video lectures
PROPOSED Text books
S. NO DATE PERIOD UNIT NO & TOPIC TOBE COVERED TEACHING AID
refered
UNIT-1
key definitions of sensor networks, advantages of a,c T1,T2,R1
1 14,15/12 1,4
sensor networks
2 16,17/12 2,3 Unique constraints an challeges a,c T1,T2,R1
3 19,21/12 2,1 Driving Applications a,c T1,T2,R1
Enabling Technologies of wireless sensor a,c T1,T2
4 22,23/12 4,2
networks
5 UNIT-2
6 24,28/12 3,1 Signal node architecture-Hardware components a,c T1,T2
7 29/12 4 Energy consumption of sensor nodes a,c T1,T2
8 30/12,31/12 2,3 Operating systems and environment execution a,c T1,T2
9 02/01,04/01 2,1 Network architecture - sensor network scenarios a,b,c T1,T2
10 05,06/01 4,2 Optimization Goals and figures of merit a,c T2,R1
11 9-Jan 2 Gateway concepts a T2
12 UNIT-3
Physical layer and transceiver design a T2
13 18/01 1
considerations
14 19/01 4 personal area networks (PAN) a,c T1,T2
15 20/01 2 Hidden node and exposed node problem a T1,T2
16 21/01 3 Topologies of PANs a T1,T2
17 23/01 2 MANETs a T1,T2
18 25/01 1 WANETs a T1,T2
19 UNIT-4
Issues in designing a MAC Protocol for Ad Hoc a T1,T2
20 27/01 2
Wireless Networks
Design goals of a MAC protocol for Ad Hoc a T1
21 28/01 3
wireless Networks

22 30/01 2 Classification of MAC Protocols a,c,h T1,T2


23 8-Feb 1 Contention- Based Protocols a,c,h T1,T2
Contention- Based Protocols with reservation a T1
24 9-Feb 4
mechanisms

Contention- Based MAC Protocols with scheduling a


25 10-Feb 2 T1,R1
mechanisms

26 11-Feb 3 MAC Protocols that use Directional Antennas a T1,R1

27 15-Feb 2 Other MAC Protocols a T1R1


28 UNIT - 5
29 16-Feb 1 Introduction to Routing Protocols a T1,R1,R3
Issues in designing a routing protocol for Ad Hoc
30 17-Feb 4 Wireless Networks
a,c T1

31 18-Feb 2 Classification of routing Protocols a,c T1,R1,R3


32 20-Feb 3 Table-Driven Routing Protocols a T1
33 22-Feb 2 On-Demand Routing Protocols a,c T1
34 23-Feb 1 Hybrid Routing Protocols a,c T1
Routing Protocols with efficient flooding a,c T1,R1
35 24-Feb 4
mechanisms
PROPOSED Text books
S. NO DATE PERIOD UNIT NO & TOPIC TOBE COVERED TEACHING AID
refered
36 25-Feb 2 Hierarchial Routing Protocols a,c T1,R1
Power- Aware Routing Protocols, Proactive a,c T1,T2,R1,R3
37 27/02 3
Routing

38 UNIT-6

39 29/02 2 Introduction to transport layer and security protocols a,c T1,R1

Issues in demanding a transport layer protocol for a,c T1,R1


40 1-Mar 4
Ad Hoc Wireless Networks
PROPOSED Text books
S. NO DATE PERIOD UNIT NO & TOPIC TOBE COVERED TEACHING AID
refered
Design goals of a transport layer protocol for Ad a,c T1,R1
41 2-Mar 2
Hoc wireless Networks
42 3-Mar 3 Classification of Transport layer solutions a T1,R1

43 5-Mar 2 TCP over AdHoc wireless Networks a T1,R1


Other transport layer protocols for Ad Hoc a T1,R3
44 8-Mar 4
Wireless Networks

45 UNIT-7

46 9-Mar 2 Infrastructure establishment a T1,R1

47 10-Mar 3 Topology control a T1,R1

48 14-Mar 1 Clustering a,c T1

49 15-Mar 4 Time Synchronization a,c T1,R1

50 16-Mar 2 Localization & Positioning a,c T1,R1

51 17-Mar 3 Sensor Tasking & Control a,c T1,R1


Security in Ad Hoc wireless networks, Network a,c T1,R1
52 19-Mar 2
security requirements
Issues and challenges in security providing, a,c T1,R1
53 21-Mar 1
network security attacks
Key management, Secure routing in Ad Hoc a,c T1,R1
54 22-Mar 4
wireless networks
55 UNIT- 8

56 24-Mar 3 Sensor Node Hardware- Berkeley modes a,c T1,R1

57 26-Mar 2 Programming challenges a,c T1,R1

58 28-Mar 1 Node level software platforms, simulators a,c T1,R1

59 29-Mar 4 State centric programming a,c T1

60 30-Mar 2 S Ultra wideband communication a,c T1

61 31-Mar 3 wireless fidelity system, Future directions a,b,c T1

62 2-Apr 2 Home automation. Smart meeting program a,b,c T1


TEXT BOOKS :

1. Ad Hoc wireless networks: Architectures & Protocols - C. Siva Ram Murthy and B.S. Manoj, 2004, PHI

2. Wireless Ad-Hoc and sensor networks: Protocols, performance and control - Jagannathan Sarangapani, CRC Press
3. Holger Kari & Andreas Wilig, "Protocols and Architectures for wireless sensor networks", John Wiley, 2005
RERFERENCES :
1. Wireless Sensor Networks - C.S. Raghavendra, Krishna M. sivalingam, 2004, Springer

2. Wireless Sensor Networks - S Anandamurugan, lakshmi publications.


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