Wireless Sensor Networks Is A Multi-Hop Network - Device-To-Device (D2d) Communications

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Yasmeen Banu M, et. al.


Traffics in Wireless Sensor Networks is a multi-hop network by transmitting data among themselves, which is composed of large number of nodes. The routing in wireless sensor networks is a process to select suitable path for the data to travel from source to destination. The data sensed by the sensor nodes in a wireless sensor network is typically forwarded to the base station that connects the sensor network with the other networks where the data is collected, analysed and action is taken accordingly. This study aims to develop a system of device-to-device (D2D) communications for information collection, distribution and sharing among local communities. It establishes a D2D tested with low power consumption and solar power supply to evaluate the performance of the proposed system. Devices in the system can communicate with each other autonomously without a centralized control device when they are within a certain distance.


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et. al., Y. B. M. . (2021). Wireless Sensor Networks Is A Multi-Hop Network - Device-To-Device (D2d) Communications. Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT), 12(12), 3787–3791. https://doi.org/10.17762/turcomat.v12i12.8157