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A Review on Routing Protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks

J De Graaff, W Zijp


A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) refers to a group of spatially distributed dedicated sensors used to monitor and record the physical conditions of the environment and organize the collected data in a central location. In recent years, miniaturization has developed rapidly, and low-power wireless communications, micro-sensors and microprocessor hardware have realized the development of low-cost, low-power, multifunctional sensor nodes. A massively innovative application for WSN. This includes several new application categories such as human enhancement and enhanced social interaction. Human augmentation refers to any ubiquitous collaborative object technology that can be used to support everyday activities. Reinforcement of social interaction uses partners to establish or maintain social relationships between people. Our idea is to use miniature sensors (wearable or implantable) in the human body to monitor key human parameters.


Human, Monitoring, Industry, Mobility, Nodes, Sensors, Networks, Data Aggregation.

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