To Improve the Network Topology Lifetime in Wireless Sensor Network using Mobile Node Rotation
|International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering|
|© 2016 by SSRG - IJCSE Journal|
|Volume 3 Issue 6|
|Year of Publication : 2016|
|Authors : R.Maharaja, K. Balasubramanian|
How to Cite?
R.Maharaja, K. Balasubramanian, "To Improve the Network Topology Lifetime in Wireless Sensor Network using Mobile Node Rotation," SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering , vol. 3, no. 6, pp. 1-4, 2016. Crossref, https://doi.org/10.14445/23488387/IJCSE-V3I6P101
The fundamental test is remote sensor systems (WSNs) is stretching out system lifetime because of sensor hubs having constrained force supplies. To expanding the WSN lifetime is confused in light of the fact that hubs regularly encounter differential force utilization. In directing topology the hubs are nearer to the sink hub is transmit more information. The hubs are nearer to the sink hub devour power contrast and hubs more remote from the sink. We propose portable hub turn, another strategy for utilizing minimal effort versatile sensor hubs to address differential force utilization and augment WSN lifetime. In particular, we propose to pivot the hubs through the powerful utilization areas. We propose productive calculations for single and numerous rounds of turns. Our broad recreations demonstrate that portable hub pivot can expand WSN topology lifetime by more than eight times all things considered which is essentially superior to anything existing options
Our broad recreations demonstrate that portable hub pivot can expand WSN topology lifetime by more than eight times all things considered which is essentially superior to anything existing options.
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