Joint Detection for Image Transmission Based on Schur Algorithm over Wireless Sensor Network
Yanjun HU
DOI: 10.4236/cn.2009.12014   PDF    HTML     7,464 Downloads   12,030 Views   Citations


To achieve much efficient multimedia transmission over an error-prone wireless network, there are still some problem must to be solved, especially in energy limited wireless sensor network. In this paper, we propose a joint detection based on Schur Algorithm for image wireless transmission over wireless sensor network. To eliminate error transmissions and save transmission energy, we combine Schur algorithm with joint dynamic detection for wireless transmission of JPEG 2000 encoded image which we proposed in [1]. Schur algorithm is used to computing the decomposition of system matrix to decrease the computational complexity. We de-scribe our transmission protocol, and report on its performance evaluation using a simulation testbed we have designed for this purpose. Our results clearly indicate that our method could approach efficient images transmission in wireless sensor network and the transmission errors are significantly reduced when compared to regular transmissions.

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HU, Y. (2009) Joint Detection for Image Transmission Based on Schur Algorithm over Wireless Sensor Network. Communications and Network, 1, 91-95. doi: 10.4236/cn.2009.12014.

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