Fundamental application of Internet of Nano Things
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The trap of things, or IoT, is a plan of interrelated figuring contraptions, mechanical and electronic machines, things, creatures or individuals that are furnished with unique identifiers (UID) and the capacity to exchange information over a structure without envisioning that human-should human or human-to-PC affiliation. On the other hand, nanotechnology envelops the comprehension of the key material of physics, chemistry, biology and technology in nanoscale devices (between1 nanometer to 100 nanometer). The interconnection of nanosensor and nanodevices with Internet has led to development of next generation standard based on IoT is called Internet of Nano Things (IoNT). It has a huge role in the development of technology because it is being used in medical devices, including micro needles, both for drug delivery and for biosensing. In this paper, we address key components influencing the energy consumption of nanodevices, featuring the impact of the communication scheme utilized. Previously a system model was proposed by some researchers and scientists where ZnO nanowires have been used. It was proved there that because of its straightforwardness, this nanogenerator creation techniquecan possibly be scaled up for the mechanical generation of piezoelectric energy harvesting devices. If the ZnO nanowires used in the protocol are compressed or flexed then current flows through them as a result power transmission occurs. In contrast, in this paper it has been shown that if the system model can be replaced with SWIPT (Simultaneous Wireless Information and Power Transfer) then a good energy harvesting rate and high bit rate can be gained. Here, with different mathematical expressions it has been derived, compared and analyzed how using SWIPT is more fruitful. Based on the expressions and analytical values the result reveals that SWIPT gives a promising outcome. Though the bit rate and energy harvesting rate is of SWIPT is not more than ZnO nanowires but the uses of this model can be easier because SWIPT model does not need any extra device to charge itself whereas the other models require them.