Technical Issues While Forming Clusters in a Wireless Sensor Network

Asian Journal of Applied Science and Technology (AJAST) Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages 34-35, February 2017

2 Pages Posted: 21 Feb 2017

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M. Pradeep

Sasurie Academy of Engineering

Boselin Prabhu

VSB College of Engineering

Date Written: February 19, 2017

Abstract

Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) comprises of an assemblage of spatially disseminated sensor nodes which are unified deprived of using wires. Wireless sensor network has been initially interested for the usage in soldierly applications like border observing. In current centuries, it is largely fixated on non-combatant applications such as environment observing, object stalking and biomedical applications. Contrasting with centralized systems, the sensor network is endangered to a usual resource limitations like limited on-board battery power and constrained communication bandwidth. Sensor network inter-networks with an Internet Protocol (IP) core system via a quantity of gateways. A gateway routes queries or commands to apposite nodes inside a sensor network. It also routes sensor information, at times accumulated and abridged to users who have demanded it or are predictable to exploit the information. An information storehouse or storage service is existing at the gateway, in adding to information charting at each sensor. The storehouse may function as a midway amongst the users and sensors thus providing determined information storage. Furthermore, one or more information storage devices are involved to the IP network to record the sensor information from a quantity of edge sensor networks. One of the chief recompenses of wireless sensor network is their aptitude to function in unattended, punitive environments in which prevailing human-in-the-loop monitoring frameworks are indeterminate, incompetent and sometimes unbearable. Consequently, wireless sensors are predictable to be positioned arbitrarily in the prearranged area of interest by a comparatively unrestrained manner. Given the huge area to be covered, the little lifespan of the battery-operated wireless sensors and the likelihood of having spoiled sensor nodes during deployment, great population of sensors are probable in the common of wireless sensor applications.

Suggested Citation

Pradeep, M. and Prabhu, S.R.Boselin, Technical Issues While Forming Clusters in a Wireless Sensor Network (February 19, 2017). Asian Journal of Applied Science and Technology (AJAST) Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages 34-35, February 2017 . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2920258

M. Pradeep

Sasurie Academy of Engineering ( email )

Coimbatore
India

S.R.Boselin Prabhu (Contact Author)

VSB College of Engineering ( email )

Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
India

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