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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



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

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Highly Energy Sensitive Routing Protocol For An Actuator Based Wireless Sensor Networks

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AUTHOR(S)

Baranidharan V, Vijay Krishna M, Poovarasan S, Rahool M M, and Sivasundar T P

 

KEYWORDS

Routing, Wireless Sensor Networks, Clustering, Data Link, Data transmission, Connectivity, Energy consumption, and Delay.

 

ABSTRACT

The wireless sensor networks (WSN) are having both the sensor and actuator nodes. These nodes are connected with each other using wireless links. The actuator nodes act as link nodes to collect the data from all other sensor nodes. In this paper, we proposed a new routing protocol that provides quality of service in terms of less energy consumption and less delay. The network consists of cluster heads (CHs) which is used to act as an actuator for gathering the information from all other sensor nodes. Those cluster heads (CHs) are selected based on their connectivity and energy capability to reach the destination, the data are looted by using this delay and energy-sensitive routing protocols based on-demand routing technique. This protocol has very little delay and energy consumption. This evaluation was done by the simulations. The result show that it will out performs than the existing systems.

 

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