International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Management (IJESM)
Wireless sensor networks are used for monitoring and collecting information from an unattended environment and for reporting events to the user. The duster heads arise and process sensor data from the dusters and maintain the link with the station. The clustering is driven by the minimization of energy for all the resent development in deserting are used to support the paper and a duster visualization interface is used to observe the simulation results. In this paper, an energy-efficient inter-cluster coordination protocol developed for the wireless sensor networks has been proposed.