A REVIEW ON WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION

Authors

  • Shobha Kushwaha PG Scholar, Department Of Computer Science & ENGG, TIT BHOPAL
  • Deepak Tomar Asst. Professor, Department Of Computer Science & Engg, TIT Bhopal
  • Kamlesh Chandravanshi ASST. Professor, Department Of Computer Science & Engg, TIT Bhopal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v2i5.95

Keywords:

Wireless Sensor Network, Energy Efficiency,

Abstract

A wireless sensors network (WSNs) is a collection of a large number of small, spatially distributed, and autonomous devices. These devices are known as sensor nodes. The Advancement in wireless communication leads to develop wireless sensor networks (WSN). It consists of small devices. These devices amass information by coordinating with each other. These tiny devices are known as a sensor node which consists of CPU (for data processing), memory (for data storage), battery (for energy) and transceiver (for receiving and sending signals or information from one node to further).

The use of WSN is increasing day by day and at the same instance facing quandary of energy constraints in terms of short battery lifetime. Every node depends on the battery resource for assorted activities; this has becoming a most important concern in wireless sensor networks .so in this paper we are providing issues allied to sink repositioning that help to augment battery life time and also we provided information related to various approach for energy competent wsns.

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Published

08/30/2016

How to Cite

Kushwaha, S., Tomar, D., & Chandravanshi, K. (2016). A REVIEW ON WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE, 2(5). https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v2i5.95