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Time CPU AM Case 1 Transceiver RX ID TX RX CPU AM Case 2 Transceiver RX ID TX ID AM LP AM LP CPU Case 3 Transceiver RX ID TX ID Fig. 1. Simulated TDMA schemes utilising diﬀerent power modes 5 Summary and Future Work In this paper, we have presented a general methodology to establish an accurate simulation of WSNs. The methodology is based on and combines well-established concepts – system level modelling, source level simulation and network simulation. Although the goal is accuracy, the need to maintain simulation performance is addressed by natively executing application code.
The motion-induced voltage in the readout path (beeing placed in an external magnetic ﬁeld and following the movement of the membrane and assuming that the occurring terms are in perpendicular) can be written as: VM = N vz B l∗ where vz = j ω uz = j ω Gm FL (17) 30 M. K. Reichel, and B. Jakoby Top view l Top Membrane b Readout Excitation B vibrating area symmetric Front (sectional) view x2 0 x1 Bottom Membrane antisymmetric b (a) Sensor assembly (b) Membrane (c) Deﬂection of the membrane Fig. 3.
Since wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are used increasingly in industrial applications, new tight constraints on the timing and power consumption behaviour arise. These constraints cannot be investigated properly by using state-of-the-art simulation tools. In our work we consider and model the WSN at diﬀerent levels of abstraction in the domains hardware, software, and network. Additionally, the behaviour of the software component executed on a node, which has a major impact on its timing and power consumption, is included in the simulation while maintaining acceptable performance.