Computer Science & Electronics Journals
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) consist of large quantity of diminutive sensor nodes which require battery for their power. These sensor nodes are arranged of limited storage, processing and radio abilities. Nodes determine the data from the environment around them and pass it to the main node which is called base station. These are small and less expensive device and also consume small energy for their operation. One of the major concerns regarding the position of nodes in wireless sensor networks is node localization. The localization information is very important for the working of WSN.