alexa Abstract | Energy Effective Routing Protocol for Maximizing Network Lifetime of WSN
ISSN ONLINE(2320-9801) PRINT (2320-9798)

International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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Efficiency is the keynote factor going to be addressed in this paper. Considering the fact that there are relatively very few wireless sensor networks and hardly any efficient ones, EMBA (Efficient Multihop Broadcast Asynchronous), a duty-scheduled asynchronous wireless sensor networks is being proposed that carries the ability to wake up according to its own schedule. This is accomplished by the forwarders’ guidance and the overhearing of broadcast messages and ACK. A forwarders’ guidance is when a node transmits broadcast messages to its neighbour nodes by using unicast transmissions thereby reducing redundant transmissions and arising collisions. The active time of nodes is considerably decreased by the overhearing of broadcast messages and ACKs by keeping a thorough check on the number of transmissions and reducing them. In this paper, we put the EMBA and conventional protocols of ADB and RI-MAC broadcast to test in both sparse and dense networks. And, in the end, results exhibit that EMBA achieve a lower message cost due to higher efficiency and lower energy consumption than the conventional protocols

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Author(s): Rachana Ballal, S.Girish

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