Wireless Sensor Network structure for Ground water Well’s Field in Karbala City

  title={Wireless Sensor Network structure for Ground water Well’s Field in Karbala City},
  author={Hiba A. Tarish and Mahmoud S. Mahdi Mahdi and Muayad Sadik Croock},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Applications},
Recently, the water resource becomes the most important conditions for living in safe. This is due to the shortage in groundwater, river resources and rain level. This project design a complete sensor network structure to monitor the water levels and water qulity of the considered water wellfield and the consumed electrical power of the installed pump. The utilized sensors use the energy saving techniques and allocate the controller sensor to work as a PAN coordinator. The designed structure… 

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