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A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) develops rapidly now-a-days due to the demand of its functions in the recent markets. WSN consists a group of low cost, low power, multifunction and also, small in size of wireless nodes, which works together to collect, process the data and communicate wirelessly. WSN is used in many applications such as remote sensing, monitoring healthcare, security system, home automation and traffic control. The basic specifications of WSN are the reliability, accuracy, flexibility, expenses, the difficulty of development and power consumptions.