Assessment of Clustering Constraints and Applications of Dense WSN
Assessment of Clustering Constraints and Applications of Dense WSN, ISBN: 978-93-85225-92-5
49 Pages Posted: 30 Nov 2017
Date Written: November 28, 2017
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is an emerging and very interesting technology applied to different applications. WSNs are networks in which thousands of small and battery powered nodes communicate with each other. A WSN consists of number of spatially distributed nodes which are interconnected without the use of wires. Each node is connected with one or more sensors. Each sensor node consists of a radio receiver, a microcontroller and a battery. The WSN is mainly used in area monitoring, environmental monitoring, industrial monitoring, waste water monitoring, structural monitoring, etc. The major advantages of these networks: they avoid wiring problems and it can be accessed through centralized control.
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