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Energy Consumption in Internet of Things (IOT)

Journal: International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Research (IJSER) (Vol.7, No. 8)

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Page : 3-11

Keywords : Internet of Things (IOT);

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An Internet of Things (IoT) architecture consists of a wide range of Internet-connected devices or things. The IoT is a broad term referring to applications as diverse as Internet-connected vehicles, consumer electronics and smart phones. IoT refers not only to personal computers and mobile phones connected through the Internet, but also to the wireless interconnection of all of the billions of ?things? and devices through the internet or local area networks that is done to increase efficient utilization [1, 2], as shown in (Figure 1). Internet of Things (IoT) is a network that enables new forms of communication between people and things and between things themselves. Each of the things or objects in IoT communicates with the others and plays a defined role [3]. Wireless nodes equipped with sensors are among the things and devices on the IoT. Wireless sensor nodes connected to a network collect information about the environment surrounding the sensor node. Many types of sensors are used by wireless sensor nodes, including those for measuring temperature, humidity, illumination, motion, pressure, stress, distortion, position, flow rate, and gas. The sensor is the most important component in the (IOT), So to increase the number, the accuracy of collected data we need to increase the number of sensor nodes [2].

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