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Phan Van Vinh

Researcher at International University, Cambodia

Publications -  10
Citations -  58

Phan Van Vinh is an academic researcher from International University, Cambodia. The author has contributed to research in topics: Wireless sensor network & Throughput. The author has an hindex of 4, co-authored 10 publications receiving 49 citations. Previous affiliations of Phan Van Vinh include Information Technology University.

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Design and implementation of a MAC protocol for timely and reliable delivery of command and data in dynamic wireless sensor networks.

TL;DR: The proposed MAC protocol enables bidirectional communication, controls active and sleep modes of a sensor node to conserve energy, and addresses the problem of load unbalancing between the nodes near a sink and the other nodes to improve reliability of communication significantly while extending network lifetime.
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RSBP: A Reliable Slotted Broadcast Protocol in Wireless Sensor Networks

TL;DR: It is shown that RSBP significantly outperforms other broadcast protocols in terms of safety-critical packet delivery and energy consumption and can be deployed easily since it does not have any specific requirements such as GPS, multi-channels and directional antennas.
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O-MAC: an optimized MAC protocol for concurrent data transmission in real-time wireless sensor networks

TL;DR: According to the performance evaluation, the proposed protocol improved data throughput greatly and thus shortened data acquisition time significantly and it is expected that the protocol will satisfy the tighter time constraints for various real-time applications.
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Smart Home Security System Using Biometric Recognition

TL;DR: In this article, the authors designed and implemented an IoT-based smart home security system, which not only protects our home from unauthorized access but also saves our life from dangerous situations.
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A slot demand-based path reservation approach for the timely and reliable delivery of bursty traffic in WMSNs

TL;DR: An efficient approach to deliver bursty data reliably by reserving time slots to transmit the required packets on all the paths from the selected multimedia nodes to the server by putting nodes that are not on the selected paths into sleep mode to conserve energy during the transmission of burstyData.