Design Principles for WSN | Wireless Sensor Networks Design Principles

The design principles for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) involve several important considerations such as scalability, reliability, power-efficiency, adaptability, and security. The architecture of a WSN must take into account the characteristics of the sensor nodes, the environment in which they are deployed, and the application requirements. The network should be able to operate in a distributed manner, utilizing resources optimally and providing robustness to failures. The design should also ensure that the nodes consume minimal power to ensure long battery life. Security is an important consideration, and the network should be designed to prevent unauthorized access, data tampering, and other security breaches. The design should be flexible enough to allow for changes in the network topology, adding or removing nodes, and incorporating new application requirements.

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