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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 8, August 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Fault Tolerant Routing In Heterogeneous Environment

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AUTHOR(S)

Madhumita Panda, Pinakini Pradhan, Hitesh Mohapatra, N.K.Barpanda

 

KEYWORDS

Wireless sensor network, routing, IoT, clustering, energy efficiency, heterogeneous, fault tolerant.

 

ABSTRACT

The information exchange is one of the important aspects of a modern and improved life. Nowadays every component such as home appliances, vehicle, and grocery everything is equipped with sensors or RFID, which are communicating with each other over Wi-Fi technology. The occupancy of the internet in day-to-day objects introduces the concept called the internet of things (IoT). The function of IoT is integral of wireless sensor network and sensors. The dense deployment of sensors in different objects and their intention to communicate over the internet creates a challenge of routing. Clustering is one of the proven methodologies for routing mechanism. The major constraints of existing protocols are consideration of less of sensor nodes, which is not true in real sense. Hence, the development of an algorithm by considering a dense amount of SN is a very critical challenge. In this paper, we have studied the existing routing schemes and proposed a new algorithm called Heterogeneous Fault- Tolerant Routing (HFTR) protocol, which ensures prolonglifetime of sensor network with better dead node ratio against the number of the electoral rounds.

 

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