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Multi-hop Communication: Frog Choruses Inspire Wireless Sensor Networks

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    Researchers looked to nature for inspiration in designing more effective wireless sensor networks. First, they recorded the vocal interplay of neighboring tree frog calls, which they found allowed trade-off time for individual communication, though this is interspersed with more random collective silence and choruses. They mathematically modeled these patterns and effectively applied their model toward the control of a wireless sensor network. uFq-G-KSiTQ.gif

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