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International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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Bottleneck Zone Analysis in Wireless Sensor Network Using XOR Operation and Duty Cycle

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Wireless sensor network consist of autonomous sensor, which are having only limited power supply. Nodes which are present near the centralized gathering point will be in demand of more power which limits the network life time. This work archive to enhance the energy efficiency of the bottleneck zone which leads to overall improvement of the network lifetime by considering an adaptive duty cycled WSN. The node which adapts the sleep time to the traffic change dynamically by considering the queue length at a fixed value. Linear Network coding is not simply relaying the packets of information they receive, the sensor nodes of a network take several packets and combine them together for transmission and applied in bottleneck zone. By applying the above techniques the overall life time of the node will eventually increases. This proposed system investigates Performance improvements namely, packet delivery ratio and packet latency.


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