Padmalaya Nayak

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The tremendous growth of Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) in various applications such as military, defence, civil, health care, agriculture etc. has created a lot of interest among the research community for past few years. WSNs have several characteristics and constraints. Routing, Fusion, Localization is the key factors and very crucial issues that need to(More)
In past few years the use of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are increasing tremendously in different applications such as disaster management, security surveillance, border protection, combat field reconnaissance etc. Sensors are expected to deploy remotely in huge numbers and coordinate with each other where human attendant is not practically feasible.(More)
With the drastic growth of Internet and VLSI design, applications of WSNs are increasing tremendously that ranges from environmental monitoring, habitat monitoring, traffic surveillance to battle fields. In WSN a number of tiny sensor nodes managed by small batteries are deployed in a hostile environment to monitor the physical parameters. During(More)
Since last decade, our eye witnessed proofs that Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) have been used in many areas like health care, agriculture, defense, military, disaster hit areas and so on. The key parameters that play a major role in designing a protocol for WSNs are its energy efficiency and computational feasibility, as sensor nodes are resource(More)
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) applications are growing tremendously in many areas that ranges from environmental and habitant monitoring to health care, agriculture, military, defense, control and tracking applications. Despite of huge growth in applications, these networks are prone to security attacks. Again, deployment of these networks in a hostile and(More)
With the rising popularity of WirelessCommunication, Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET) hasobtained its own place to be analyzed. The potentialapplications of MANET are growing tremendously due to itsrapid changing technology. Wireless network can beestablished in two modes. One is "Ad hoc mode" where thenodes are self-organized and another is(More)
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