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  • The Movement Of Target Wireless Sensor Networks

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    TARGET IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS Anitha.S1and Prabaharan.P2 1Department of CSE, Vivekanandha College of Engineering for Women, anithasaravanan01 @gmail.com 2Department of CSE, Vivekanandha College of Engineering for Women, kpra8897 @gmail.com Abstract— The ultimate aim of a wireless sensor network is to provide accurate and reliable information regarding the environment in which the sensors are deployed. Among

  • Energy Efficient Sensor Placement For Monitoring

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    www.mdpi.com/journal/sensors Conference Proceedings Paper – Sensors and Applications Energy Efficient Sensor Placement for Monitoring Structural Health Mohammed Najeeb A 1,* and Vrinda Gupta 2 1 M.Tech. Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra, Haryana, India; E-Mail: mohdnajeeb4u@gmail.com 2 Associate Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra, Haryana, India;

  • Abstract Wireless Sensor Network ( Wsn )

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    Abstract—Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is basically a wireless network in which sensor nodes are distributed in any environment condition, to collect the data or information such as temperature, pressure, wind, sea level etc. and accordingly data or information will be passed to the main location. Reliable Trust and Reputation of a node stands for the measure of trust over a certain period of time which can be useful to evaluate the risk of attack from that particular node. We have combined all these

  • Wireless Security Control System And Sensor Network For Smoke & Fire Detection

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    System & Sensor Network for Smoke & Fire Detection By Abdulrahman Alsaadi EE 548 Abstract – The project entails the design and engineering of a wireless smoke detector unit and network. The premise of the wireless network is to alert and set off all of the smoke detectors in the network if one smoke detector is set off. With our current progress we have enough equipment for two smoke detectors. The hardware modules include the PIC microcontroller (arduino), temperature sensor, and smoke sensor. In

  • Wireless Sensor Network For Landslide Detection

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    Wireless Sensor Network for Landslide Detection 1Pooja Bahirat, 2Archana Chavan 1,2 (UG Student,Department of Electronics and Telecommunication,Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering,Pune,Maharashtra ,INDIA) 1poojabahirat16@gmail.com 2chavanarchana695@gmail.com 3Prof.V.S.Kulkarni 3 (Faculty,Department of Electronics and Telecommunication,Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering

  • Wireless Sensor Networks For Sports Applications

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    Literature Survey on Wireless Sensor Networks in Sports Applications Sanjay Tadepally EE Department, Missouri University of Science and Technology I. ABSTRACT: This literature review is centered on the breadth of research conducted in the field of wireless sensor networks for sports applications. The review intends to explain how deploying wireless sensor networks in the field of sports can improve the accuracy of gathered location and health data over traditional methods. Two different applications

  • Wireless Sensor Network For Subsurface Infrastructure Monitoring

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    "WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK FOR SUBSURFACE INFRASTRUCTURE MONITORING" FINAL REPORT BY RAFAEL AMORIM VIANA DE MOURA, WIDENER UNIVERSITY ENGR-400-UNDERGRADUATE ENGR RESEARCH-C-15/SU1 ACADEMIC TRAINING - SUMMER 2015   Table of Content 1. Project Scope and Objectives 3 2. Introduction 3 3. The Project 5 3.1. Wireless communication between ZigBee RF modules 5 3.1.1. Fio v3 6 3.1.2. XBee, XBee Explorer and the Bi-directional communication 7 3.1.3. Accelerometer 9 3.1.4. Software 9 3.1.5. Point-to-Point

  • Using Wireless Sensor Networks, Load Balance, Sensor Deployment, Holes

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    Abstract -- The efficiency of sensor networks depends on the coverage of the target area. Although, in general, a sufficient number of sensors are used to ensure a certain degree of redundancy in coverage, a good sensor deployment method is still necessary to balance the workload of sensors in target area. In a sensor network sensors can move around to self-deploy. The deployment deals with moving sensors from an initial unbalanced state to balanced state. Therefore, several optimization problems

  • Energy Efficient Clustering Of Wireless Sensor Networks

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    Energy Efficient Clustering in Wireless Sensor Network Ganesh Satkar1,Ronit Zagade2,Abhijeet Shitole3,Mr.Suraj Borg (Computer Engineering, D.Y. Patil Institute Of Engineering And Technology Ambi / Savitribai Phule University Pune, India) Abstract :- Due to recent improvement technologies in wireless communication ,there has been a fastest growth in wireless sensor networks technologies during the past few years. Many different architectures as well as algorithms and applications have been

  • Wireless Sensor Networks And Forest Fire Detection

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    Bluetooth, Near Field Communications and Wireless Sensor Networks. A wireless sensor network is essentially a network of nodes which consist of a power supply, sensors which usually sense the ambient conditions and processors for storing and processing information collected and a transceiver unit which is used to transmit and receive information from other nodes. In addition it might have a GPS system which provides location based services. This Wireless Sensor network is divided into 3 main parts: Bottom