The range of applications for wireless sensor systems is constantly expanding, necessitating a focused hub area that demands effective and error-free restriction mechanisms. The transmission paths, population shapes, force sent or received, sending or appearing times, availability data, and other system boundaries were all fully taken into account by restriction methods used in the past. Research is confined to minimizing limitation errors in the available methods due to its late start. In our study, we examine the two traditional confinement techniques of trilateration and TDOA for an acoustic source and derive error bounds such as mean total error and root mean square error.
Key words: trilateration, tdoa, wsn, network.