A Survey on Energy Efficient Protocols for Wireless Sensor Network

  title={A Survey on Energy Efficient Protocols for Wireless Sensor Network},
  author={Shekhar Kumar and Praveen Sah},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Applications},
A wireless sensor network (WSN) consists of inexpensive power constrained sensor nodes collecting data from the sensing area and transmits data towards the base station in a synergetic way. Wireless sensor networks are appearing as an emerging need for mankind now a day. The basic goal of Wireless sensor networks is to enhance the lifetime of the network, and to use the energy of nodes efficiently. The WSN nodes are restricted by energy, storage capacity, and computing power. So it is necessity… 

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