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Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is an emerging and very interesting technology applied to different applications. WSNs are networks in which thousands of small and battery powered nodes communicate with each other. A WSN consists of number of spatially distributed nodes which are interconnected without the use of wires. Each node is connected with one or more sensors. Each sensor node consists of a radio receiver, a microcontroller and a battery. The WSN is mainly used in area monitoring, environmental monitoring, industrial monitoring, waste water monitoring, structural monitoring, etc.
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Dr.Boselin Prabhu.S.R obtained his bachelor’s degree (B.E) in electronics and communication engineering, master’s degree (M.E) in network engineering and doctorate (Ph.D) in wireless sensor networks with the department of information and communication engineering from Anna University Chennai. He is currently working as an Assistant Professor with 8 years of experience in teaching and research. His research areas of interest include Wireless Sensor Networks, Mobile Networks and Ad-Hoc Networks. He has published 151 research articles in International Journals and Conference Proceedings. He is currently a lifetime member of 24 International Societies. He is an editorial board member, advisory board member and reviewer of 240 International Journals both Scopus and ISI Indexed. He is the Chief Editor of International Journal of Advanced Trends in Engineering and Technology (IJATET). He is an elected fellow member FUAMAE, FISECE, FISRD, FUAAMP, FISQEM, FUACEE and FISEEE. He has reviewed 102 research articles for leading International Journals. He has attained Google scholar citations-909 and i10-index-21. He is a biographical world record holder of Marquis Who’s Who in the World (32ndand 33rdEdition) for his outstanding contribution towards research community. He has written one book (electronic circuits-II) for engineering students. He is an Excellent Professional Achievement Award Winner from Society of Professional Engineers in 2016. His LiveDNA is 91.12471.