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                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 7 Issue 9      Submission Start Date: Sep 01, 2020      Acceptence Notification Start: Sep 10, 2020      Submission End: Sep 25, 2020      Final MenuScript Due: Sep 30, 2020      Publication Date: Sep 30, 2020




Volume VI Issue X

Author Name
Arjun Dixit, Apurva Kukade
Year Of Publication
2019
Volume and Issue
Volume 6 Issue 10
Abstract
The myriad of potential applications supported by wireless sensor networks (WSNs) has generated much interest from the research community. Various applications range from small size low industrial monitoring to large scale energy con-strained environmental monitoring. In all cases, an operational network is required to fulfill the application missions. In addition, energy consumption of nodes is a great challenge in order to maximize network lifetime. Unlike other networks, it can be hazardous, very expensive or even impossible to charge or replace exhausted batteries due to the hostile nature of environment. Researchers are invited to design energy efficient protocols while achieving the desired network operations. This paper focuses on different techniques to reduce the consumption of the limited energy budget of sensor nodes. After having identified the reasons of energy waste in WSNs, we classify energy efficient techniques for WSN's.
PaperID
2019/IJTRM/10/2019/29313

Author Name
Nidhi Patel, Rupesh Dubey
Year Of Publication
2019
Volume and Issue
Volume 6 Issue 10
Abstract
Wireless sensor network consists of small number of various nodes deployed in area for data sensing, assembling and, forwarding. The energy of sensor node slowly depletes duting data transmission phase. Routing technique are employed for achieving longer life time of nodes. In this paper, a review of the low energy-based topology being termed as low-energy adaptive clustering hierarchy (LEACH) & chain based routing( PEGASIS), Leach Protocol is very much symbolic for cluster-based network whereas PEGASIS routing for chain based routing network. LEACH protocol is very much symbolic in the small area network. After studying various variants of LEACH, the research gap is being brought under the spotlight to enhance network lifetime.
PaperID
2019/IJTRM/10/2019/29316