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  Wireless Sensor Network a New Paradigm for Sensing and Communicating the Efficient Approach  
  Authors : Bhattu.Harikrishna; Dr. Mohammed Abdul Haque Farquad
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In the Aspect of technological evolution, We have reached to the some extend of boundary level where we just going for the quality , robustness, efficiency and many more factors which analyses to show the today’s technology; Symmetrically there are many parameters which major the above mentioned factors likely various institutes like CMMI, ISO and many more. Hence, Keeping all those factors into the major from of nest generation technology, we emphasizes on the technological aspect of considering the one of the well known technology is Wireless Sensor Network(WSN) which makes us today’s global market to small village i.e. global e-village. In this Paper, we emphasis on the conceptual model related WSN along with some changeling factors like advancement, swift and many more.


Published In : IJCSN Journal Volume 3, Issue 4

Date of Publication : 01 August 2014

Pages : 183 - 186

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Publication Link : Wireless Sensor Network a New Paradigm for Sensing and Communicating the Efficient Approach




Bhattu.Harikrishna : PhD Scholar, Department of Informatics, OU, Tarnaka, Hyd, India

Dr. Mohammed Abdul Haque Farquad : Associate Professor, Department of CSE, SRIIT, Ranga Reddy, India













Technology and its trend to the field of networking and with advanced change in that aspect is vast and Networks of wired sensors have long been used in industrial fields such as industrial will have many more technical aspect of research and Development. Sensing and control applications, building automation, and access control. However, the cost associated with the deployment of wired sensors limits the applicability of these systems. Instead, WSNs are a promising alternative solution for these systems due to their ease of deployment, high granularity, and high accuracy provided through battery powered wireless communication units. In the above all , changing the most aspect in the field of IT, Hence we look forward though use the concept in the greater efficient and cost effective which would be more will stress to health care and its related vertical.










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