Vol. 4, Issue 1 (2019)
A review of wireless sensor network, its applications, architecture and characteristics
Author(s): Balu Ram, Poonam Kushwah, Gaurav Sharma
Abstract: A Wireless sensor network can be characterized as a system of devices that can impart the data assembled from a monitored field through wireless connections. The information is sent through various nodes, and with a passage, the information is associated with different networks like wireless Ethernet. Wireless Sensor Networks appreciate incredible advantages because of their minimal effort, little scale factor, smart sensor nodes. Not exclusively would they be able to be utilized in lumbering and risky regions of interest, for checking or controlling the locale, yet they can likewise be sent to automate commonplace undertakings. Early sensory units were costly and come up short on the computational and communicational abilities of current brilliant sensor hubs, which would now be able to detect, procedure, store and forward information, all being powered by a battery.