Comparison of Nano Q Plus Operating System with other Operating Systems in Wireless Sensor Networks
|International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering|
|© 2022 by SSRG - IJECE Journal|
|Volume 9 Issue 5|
|Year of Publication : 2022|
|Authors : Rajshree, Abhiruchi Passi|
How to Cite?
Rajshree, Abhiruchi Passi, "Comparison of Nano Q Plus Operating System with other Operating Systems in Wireless Sensor Networks," SSRG International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering, vol. 9, no. 5, pp. 1-7, 2022. Crossref, https://doi.org/10.14445/23488549/IJECE-V9I5P101
Wireless sensor network epitomizes a new generation of real-time embedded systems with considerably different communication constraints from the traditional network system. Basically, the wireless sensor network comprises computing, communication, and sensing elements, allowing the administrator to sense an object in the events in a specified environment. In wireless sensor networks, sensor nodes are specially constructed to collect and deliver information from the base station to the receiver. These sensor nodes are hardware devices with small embedded systems to communicate wirelessly amongst the networks. To keep up with the specific application for which the WSN is designed, the hardware components should be assembled to make the WSN work effectively and correctly without any hardware constraints. Each node needs an operating system to fill the gap between hardware and the corresponding applications. In this paper, we establish the Nano Q plus operating system and represent its performance using various parameters such as energy consumption, routing formation, latency, and propagation delay and compare these performance parameters with other operating systems like Tiny OS MANTIS, etc. on behalf of other operating systems, the Nano Q plus operating system is very easy to manage by the application programmer, can build a large-scale sensor, is flexible, lightweight, dynamic, and has a low power sensor network operating system.
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), Operating systems, Nano Q plus operating system, The performance of operating systems, Comparison.
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