Cluster Integrated Self Forming Wireless Sensor Based System for Intrusion Detection and Perimeter Defense Applications
International Journal of Computer Science and Business Informatics, Vol. 15, No. 3, May 2015
14 Pages Posted: 16 Jan 2017
Date Written: 2015
Intrusion detection and perimeter defense was a major concern for military and civil applications. In military the purpose is mostly for monitoring remote high altitude areas, areas with less access and extreme weather conditions and for force protection. Provided suitable sensors the system can detect identify and classify threads based on the count, number, type weather it is armored vehicles or men in foot, type and amount of weapons they carry, etc., can be detected in advance. This system provides reliable real time war picture and better situational awareness. This will further help to improve the troop readiness and decrease the reaction time. Added using the data collected tactical planning for deploying troops effectively can be done. In case of civil applications economic zones like oil fields, gold mines, can be protected from intruders and attackers. Industrial complex and production facility can be protected with minimized man power and improved efficiency. Basic criteria are which had to be taken into account while deploying wireless sensors for such applications has been discussed. Particularly locating the intruder with respect to the distance from the sensor node to the target in terms of latitude and longitudinal coordinates are discussed here.
Keywords: Radar signals, quantization error, friend identification, power management, perimeter defense
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