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Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are autonomous networks of spatially distributed sensor nodes that are capable of wirelessly communicating with each other in a multihop fashion. Among different metrics, network lifetime and utility, and energy consumption in terms of carbon footprint are key parameters that determine the performance of such a network and entail a sophisticated design at different abstraction levels. In this paper, wireless energy harvesting (WEH), wake-up radio (WUR) scheme,doi:10.1109/access.2016.2644607 fatcat:z3qwe5c5ira4fgqug3pmytgroy