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Quadrant Based WSN Routing Technique By Shifting Of Origin

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Author(s): Nandan Banerji | Uttam Kumar Kundu | Pulak Majumder | Debabrata Sarddar

Journal: International Journal of Advanced Computer Sciences and Applications
ISSN 2156-5570

Volume: 4;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 38;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: component | WSN | Quardent | Packet | Hops

ABSTRACT
A sensor is a miniaturized, low powered (basically battery powered), limited storage device which can sense the natural phenomenon or things and convert it into electrical energy or vice versa using transduction process. A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is such a wireless network built using sensors. The sensors communicate with each other’s using wireless medium. They can be deployed in such an environment; inaccessible to human or difficult to reach. Basically there is a vast application on automated world such as robotics, avionics, oceanographic study, space, satellites etc. The routing of a packet from a source node to a destination should be efficient in such a way that must be efficient in case of energy, communication overhead, less intermediate hops. The scheme will help to route the packet with a lesser intermediate nodes as the neighbors are being selected based on their Quadrant position.
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