AUTHORS: Vinayak Musale, Devendra Chaudhari
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ABSTRACT: Wireless Sensor Network consists of small battery powered nodes with capabilities of sensing, computation, and wireless communication. In WSNs, many routing, power management and data dissemination protocols have been specially designed where energy awareness is an essential design issue. To achieve better energy efficiency, the focus, however, has been given to the routing protocols which might differ depending on the application and network architecture. In this paper, we mainly focuses on the various routing techniques, design challenges of routing protocols along with the performance issues of each routing technique in wireless sensor networks. Also present comprehensive analysis of different routing techniques used to achieve energy efficiency.
KEYWORDS: - Energy, Networks, Routing, Sensor, WirelessREFERENCES:
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