Provided by:International Journal Of Engineering And Computer Science
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are popular in real world applications. Because of the characteristics of the resource constrained and battery-aware sensors; in WSNs energy used has establish to be a major interesting subject of research. WSNs compose battery-powered nodes which are connected with the base station to for definite action or task. As sensor nodes are battery-powered i.e. it has become dead subsequent to the consumption of the battery which is also called lifetime of WSNs. So utilizing the energy in well-organized way has results in prolonging the lifetime of the WSNs.