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Wireless Sensor Network were deployed in a complex environment where the wide range of complex application is mandatory for the services. Such application includes military, agriculture, healthcare, defense, monitoring, surveillance etc. In general sensor nodes were spatially distributed and deployed in remote fashion, usually they are powered up by batteries. These battery powered sensor nodes are pruned to failure due to its power constrained nature. This led many researchers to explore energy efficient context aware routing for Wireless Sensor Networks. Hence a novel energy harvesting based efficient routing scheme is desirable to address the above stated problem. The key idea is to harvest the energy source from the deployed environment. The proposed routing scheme is tested and validated in MATLAB based simulation test bed. The experimental results shows that the proposed routing scheme is robust and meet all the requirements of routing and promising results for energy usage.
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