Real-Time Image Transmission Algorithm in WSN with Limited Bandwidth
Keywords:limited bandwidth networks, real-time image transmission, compression algo-rithm, synchronous network architecture, NVIDIA TX1
In this paper, a real-time image transmission algorithm in WSN with limited bandwidth networks is studied. Firstly, a simple and effective monitoring network architecture is established, which allows multiple video monitoring nodes to access the network, and the data transmission is controlled by the synchronization mechanism without collision. Then, the image data is compressed locally at the monitoring nodes (over 85%), so that the image of each node can meet the needs of real-time data transmission, and the overall power consumption of the system is greatly reduced. Finally, based on NVIDIA TX1, four test nodes are constructed to test the algorithm cumulatively, which verifies the effectiveness of the system framework and compression algorithm.
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