There are many techniques to implements Localization of mobile node in WSN. DV-Hop is the most popular localization techniques that can be implemented in WSN. DV-Hop algorithm can calculate the unknown node’s location which is far away from beacons. And it does not need extra information. However, the level of errors can vary based on the difference of bending degree. Because one unknown node can only get hop count through one path it needs the average single hop distance to calculate its own location, which leads to the large error. This paper analyzes DV-Hop algorithm and implement DV- Euclidian distance algorithm.
WSN, Euclidian distance, Distance derivative, Gauss-Newton method, Root Mean Square Error, DV Euclidian distance algorithm
Prashant Tiwari; Sandeep Mahato; Raj Gaurav Mishra, Implementation of a Localization Technique in Wireless Sensor Network, HCTL Open International Journal of Technology Innovations and Research (IJTIR), Volume 15, May 2015, eISSN: 2321-1814, ISBN (Print): 978-1-62951-974-6.