Single-Node Architecture In WSN | Hardware Components & Design Constraints | Wireless Networks

A single-node architecture in wireless sensor networks refers to a design where each sensor node operates independently and performs all tasks, such as data collection, data processing, data storage, and communication, without relying on other nodes. The hardware components of a single-node architecture typically include a microprocessor, a wireless transceiver, a power source (such as a battery), and various sensors. The design constraints for single-node architecture in WSN include limited processing power, limited storage capacity, limited communication range, limited battery life, and the need for a compact form factor. These constraints must be considered when designing a WSN in order to achieve an efficient and effective network that meets the desired performance and application requirements.

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