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Scalability Study of the Hybrid ZigBee Multipath Routing Protocol

Johnsymol Joy1 Dr.Varghese Paul2 Shyni S T3
  1. Final Year M.Tech Student, School of Computer Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, India
  2. Associate Professor, Department of IT, CUSAT, Kerala, India
  3. Assistant Professor, School of Computer Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, India
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Multipath routing is an efficient technique to route data in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) because it can provide reliability, security and load balance, which are particularly critical in the resource constrained system such as WSNs. Multipath routing protocol helps ZigBee network to improve the global throughput. For finding multiple paths this Hybrid Multipath routing protocol uses both hierarchical tree routing and AODV. The first path is always discovered using the TR routing. Successive path are calculated using combination of TR and neighbor table and AODV. Scalability is a main aspect in designing an efficient routing protocol for wireless sensor networks. This paper checks the scalability of hybrid multipath routing protocol for ZigBee e networks


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