TP-MAC: Trustable Pass Medium Access Control Protocol Design for Energy Aware Wireless Sensor Networks
Each node of the Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are having the activity of sensing the environmental factors around the sensor node and then passing the sensed information to the destination over the network. All these nodes in the wireless sensor networks are limited with energy because of the minimum battery power. So this is a vital issue to be noticed and the primary concern is to increase the life time of the wireless sensor networks. Here the authors describe the Trustable Pass Medium Access Control (TP-MAC) protocol by the way of prolong the sensor nodes life time by means of minimizing the energy utilization.