Provided by: The World Academy of Research in Science and Engineering (WARSE)
Date Added: Mar 2015
In wireless sensor networks can be widely used for variety of applications, various requirements and characteristics such as environmental monitoring, habitat monitoring, health care, animal tracking and surveillance. A Wireless sensor network is a network which is a collection of sensor nodes which are self-controlled through the radio links. Each node in the wireless sensor network has the ability of processing separately which contains numerous memory, Transceiver and power resources These detecting devices i.e. sensors are legally responsible for data transmission from source location to destination location.