A novel Analog to Digital Converter for push mode Wireless Sensor Networks
Yusuf Erkan Yenice, Mohammed Hussein Ali
The sensors in wireless network are dense nodes, low cost, and small using to collect the disseminate data in environment. The WSN aimed and help to monitoring and controlling of physical phenomena and create an automation system with better accuracy and self-decision. There are many applications for WSN in a variety of fields such as gathering sensing information in factory, hospital locations, environmental monitoring, military purposes and even difficult to access area. in wireless sensor network the sensors nodes powered with battery which consume power through data transmission processing, etc. in order to optimizing energy consumption in WSN we need to focus on each part of wireless Sensor Network that help to reduce power in system. In this our main focus is for improving the energy levels in WSN nodes by saving energy in stage of analog to digital converter (ADC).
Volume: Volume 24
Issues: Issue 10
Keywords: WSN, ADC, Energy consumption, sensing devices