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Reliable and Energy-Efficient Image Conveyance in WSN

EasyChair Preprint no. 10581

7 pagesDate: July 17, 2023


A wireless sensor network is a system of interrelated nodes with cooperative working ability as well as synchronized processing, which gives it an advantage over other existing systems in terms of lesser cost, higher flexibility, and easier deployment in different terrains. A base station, also known as sink, serves as a go-between for users and the network, allowing users to request information from the sink and receive it back. It has been used in various fields like earth sensing, habitat monitoring, and image transmission. The multimedia capabilities of WSN makes it more robust. However, due to the limited processing power during image transmission, it is evident that energy consumption should be reduced in order to make it more efficient. And it’s also equally important that transmitted images across the networks should be secure from external threats & Vulnerabilities. Different protocols are designed to preserve the energy so that the same can be utilized for further transmissions and enhancing security. In this paper, a comprehensive review of different techniques used in energy efficient image transmission has been done, as well as a comparative analysis of all these techniques through which we can find the best suited technique.

Keyphrases: DWT, EACIT, Image transmission, WSN

BibTeX entry
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  author = {Rohit Singh and Ravi Kumar and Deepak and Someshwar Singh and Mahima Tiwari and Venkatesh Kumar Sinha and Mohsin Hussain Malik},
  title = {Reliable and Energy-Efficient Image Conveyance in WSN},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 10581},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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