REDUCING CURRENT AVAILABILITY AND RE-CLUSTERING TIME IN SENSOR NETS

Ramakrishna Reddy ., V V Krishna Chaitany

Abstract


The reclustering time and effort needs happen to be minimized by presenting the idea of CH panel. In the initial stage from the protocol, the BS selects some probable CH nodes and forms the CH panel. Thinking about the reliability part of the protocol, it puts best effort to make sure a particular throughput level in the BS. The protocol is reliable when it comes to data delivery in the base station (BS). We consider mobility in sensor nodes as well as in the BS. The suggested protocol is hierarchical and cluster based. Each cluster includes one cluster mind (CH) node, two deputy CH nodes, and a few ordinary sensor nodes. Wireless sensor systems (WSNs) are resource restricted. Energy is among the most significant sources such systems. Therefore, optimal utilization of energy is essential. Within this paper, we present a manuscript energy-efficient routing protocol for WSNs. Future scope of the jobs is outlined. Furthermore, alternate pathways can be used for data transmission from a CH node and also the BS. With respect to the topology from the network, the information transmission in the CH node towards the BS is transported out either directly or perhaps in multichip fashion. Rigorous simulation results illustrate the power efficiency, throughput, and prolonged duration of the nodes intoxicated by the suggested protocol.


Keywords


Energy Efficiency; Mobile Base Station (BS); Mobile Nodes; Reliability; Routing Protocol; Wireless Sensor Networks

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