Smart Sensors: Analyzing Efficiency of Smart Sensors in Public Domain
The paper gives the brief idea of smart sensors, structure and its application. Smart sensor as compare to other sensors can sensor anything with the special computing devices connected with each other in sensor network. These smart sensors first convert the digital signals to analog signals and then communicate the message to the device. Now a days smart sensors are used almost everywhere around us but very few people know its working and future applications. So here is a small review on smart sensors. This paper will help you gain knowledge and its applications in daily life.
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