Application of Wireless Nano Sensor Networks for Wild Lives

A Wireless Nano Sensor Network (WNSN) is a collection of nano sensor nodes that dynamically self organize them in a wireless network without a need but with possible utilization of any pre-existing infrastructure. WNSNs may be employed on the wildlife health and condition monitoring. Most of the current research in WNSNs on wildlife monitoring is performed on theoretical basis involving simulations of abstract, unrealistic situations. The research focusing on the real life evaluation of the WNSN techniques involves usually nano-scale studies with the very limited number of nodes attached with the body of the wild animals. The major problem with the sensors/radio Collar which is attached to the body of wild animals is size of the mote.

Provided by: Academy & Industry Research Collaboration Center Topic: Mobility Date Added: Jul 2012 Format: PDF

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