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Wireless Sensor Networks in a General Perspective

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 6)

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Page : 698-701

Keywords : WSN; adaptabilite; seismical; Pegasis; Leech; TEEN;

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Late progress on wireless sensor networks has brought together numerous new conventions, particularly for sensor networks with the critical concern of energy awareness. Such routing arrangements can vary from the implementation and design of the network. A reduced power strategy can be compiled and built by estimation to get emergency use of power and networking for Wireless Sensor Network for extending the lifespan of the Wireless Sensor Network. Sensor nodes are frequently collected in disjoint non-covered subsets called clusters to maintain a high adaptabilite and better data aggregation. This enables cluster hierarchical WSNs to increase life span for WSN, which combine the effective use of restricted-sensor node assets to reduce energy use. The motto of the paper is to give a brief idea of the advantages of all types of protocols of Wireless Sensor Networks.

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