Siddhartha Chauhan

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Sensor nodes are the tiny particles which have to rely on limited power of energy. Sensor nodes with limited battery power are deployed to gather information in wireless environment throughout the field. Due to the small amount of energy in a node of sensor web, energy balancing among nodes is quite important. Secondly, due to lack of energy in a particular(More)
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) has foreseen big changes in data gathering, processing and disseminating for monitoring specific applications such as emergency services, disaster management, and military applications etc. Wireless sensor network consists of a group of spatially distributed sensor nodes which are interconnected without wires. In this paper(More)
In resource constrained wireless sensor networks (WSNs) it is important to utilize energy efficiently. Data dissemination is mainly responsible for the consumption of energy in sensor nodes (SNs). The data dissemination protocols for WSNs should reduce the energy consumption of the SNs. Sink and source mobility is the major challenge for data dissemination(More)
In WSNs routing of data consumes a lot of energy due to excessive flooding of packets. In the proposed EERP scheme routing is done on the basis of intensity of received signals. Unlike REEP, information packet is forwarded by only one source sensor node. The information packets are forwarded by the sensor node which has the maximum intensity of received(More)
A wireless sensor network consists of a large number of such sensor nodes which are densely deployed in wide area. The technological improvement has made these low-power devices very cost effective. Sensor nodes are able to gather information about data processing, and communication. Information gathering is done by actual sensors, such as measuring the(More)
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