Data aggregation framework on wireless sensor networks

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Sensors are subjectively spread in the flighty conditions. Sensor nodes are self-sufficient, mindful and self-configurable objects for data accumulation and transmission. Sensor nodes are battery-worked devices. The battery reinforcement time depends on the computational capacity and their detecting range. Joint effort is fundamental one where the nodes deal with the data stream in network in vitality productive way. Sensors in WSN are composed to detect the data. The sensors are fit for calculations and contain wireless correspondence parts. Nodes consolidate the data gathered from each sensor hub in network. The gathered data are sent to the base station where it gives helpful data. The objective of the suggested paper is to contrast the efficiency of TAG in regards to power performance in contrast with and also without information gathering in wireless sensor networks as well as to evaluate the viability of the protocol in an atmosphere where sources are restricted.




Chintham, S., & Divya, B. (2019). Data aggregation framework on wireless sensor networks. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 8(6), 97–102.

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