INCREASE THROUGHPUT OF A NETWORK THROUGH WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK?Journal: International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC (Vol.3, No. 7)
Publication Date: 2014-07-30
Authors : Yatika; Vikram Nandal;
Page : 310-317
Keywords : WSN; Routing; Flooding; Sensors; IC; LEACH;
Sensors integrated into structures, machinery, and the environment, coupled with the efficient delivery of sensed information, could provide tremendous benefits to society. Potential benefits include: fewer catastrophic failures, conservation of natural resources, improved manufacturing productivity, improved emergency response, and enhanced homeland security However, barriers to the widespread use of sensors in structures and machines remain. Bundles of lead wires and fiber optic “tails” are subject to breakage and connector failures. Long wire bundles represent a significant installation and long term maintenance cost, limiting the number of sensors that may be deployed, and therefore reducing the overall quality of the data reported. Wireless sensing networks can eliminate these costs, easing installation and eliminating connectors. The ideal wireless sensor is networked and scalable, consumes very little power, is smart and software programmable, capable of fast data acquisition, reliable and accurate over the long term, costs little to purchase and install, and requires no real maintenance.
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