Wireless Sensor Networks

Wireless Sensor Networks or WSN refers to the classification of "wireless" networks that consist of independent, programmed nodes capable of communicating with one or more nodes located within their network for transmission of data. Nodes could be understood as hardware modules or chipsets fitted with sensors, placed at specific distances apart from each other in a spreaded manner forming a topology like mesh or graph. The main objective behind establishing a WSN is to collect data from different sources or locations and pass it on to a centralized server for its processing and analysis.

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