International Journal of Computer Applications
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) is increasingly used in monitoring applications like underground water level, building monitoring, environment monitoring etc. The success of these networks depends largely on the ability of the algorithms to run consistently and over a longer duration with least energy consumption. Location stamping is a very important factor in all wireless networks irrespective of whether it is device based or sensor based. It is important to know the location stamping in WSN where the sensor node has sensed the data.