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2016 | 49 | 2 | 236-248
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A study on routing problems and different routing protocols in wireless sensor networks

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Extensive utilization of WSN is the reason of advancement of numerous routing protocols. The Late advances in WSN now witness the expanded enthusiasm for the potential use in applications like Environmental, Military, Space Exploration, Health (Scanning), Vehicular Movement, disaster management, Mechanical anxiety levels of appended objects, battle field observation and so forth. Sensors are required to be remotely conveyed in unattended situations. Propels in WSN innovation has given the accessibility of little and minimal effort sensor hubs with a capacity of sensing different sorts of physical and natural environment conditions, wireless communication and data processing. Assortment of sensing capacities results in bounty of application areas. However, the attributes of WSN require more powerful strategies for data forwarding. The sensor hubs in WSN have a constrained transmission range, and their handling and capacity abilities and as well as their energy assets are also restricted. Routing protocols for WSN are in charge of keeping up the routes in the network system and need to guarantee dependable multi-hop communication under these conditions. Routing as one key innovations of wireless sensor systems has now turned into a hot examination on the grounds that the uses of WSN are all over the place, it is unthinkable that there is a routing protocol suitable for all applications. In this paper, we give an overview of routing issues routing protocols for Wireless Sensor Network.
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  • PG Scholar, Department of CSE, Anna University Regional Campus, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India, raghasudha26@gmail.com
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