ENERGY CONSUMPTION ANALYSIS ON WSN REVIEW PAPER

Prof. Virendra Singh Thakur, Harshita Pauranik

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Abstract:- Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) has played a contributory role in modern wireless and communication system. With a wide range of applications exercised in environmental monitoring, process management, industrial monitoring, healthcare monitoring, WSN is one of the most attentive topic in research area. Along with various advantages associated with sensor, there are potential flaws in this topic. A sensor node is characterized by limited memory, limited energy, restricted computational capability. There are series of issues that are still left unsolved viz. routing, bandwidth, security, energy, quality of service and many more. A sensor operates on a principle of radio energy principle, which means that there is a closer relationship between energy dissipation and communication performance. With wide range of availability of routing protocols, only few hierarchical routing protocols are found to provide energy efficiency in wireless sensor network. An optimal routing performance will easily require higher power requirement during routing that significantly reduce the network lifetime of the wireless sensor network. However, the closer investigation shows that energy is the root cause for all form of performance degradation

Keywords: WSN, LEACH, DTN.

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