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                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 15 Issue 3      Submission Start Date: March 01, 2023      Acceptence Notification Start: March 10, 2023      Submission End: March 25, 2023      Final MenuScript Due: March 31, 2023      Publication Date: March 31, 2023

Volume XIII Issue X

Author Name
Tanvi Tomar, Chinmay Bhatt, Varsha Namdeo
Year Of Publication
Volume and Issue
Volume 13 Issue 10
In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), the energy supply of sensor devices is limited. One of the basic architecture problems in WSNs is sensor dies due to dissipating battery capacity. As a result, it is argued that energy conservation is the most significant criterion for any protocol built for WSNs. Thousands of lightweight, inexpensive sensors can be randomly distributed in open and harsh environments to gather data in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). The low battery life of battery-operated sensors, as well as hostile conditions, requires the development of energy-efficient, secure and reliable sensor network protocols. Routing, out of the broad range of network protocols, is the most critical in terms of energy consumption, as data transmission absorbs 70% of total energy in WSNs. As a result, energy-efficient routing systems must be built in order to save energy and increase the network's lifespan. However, resource-limited sensors, the lack of a global solution scheme and