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A smart placement optimized sink mechanism for wireless sensor networks


Volume: 6 Issue: 2
Year of Publication: 2019
Authors: Raveena Soni, Prof. (Dr.) GN Verma, Sukhjinder Kaur



Abstract

Energy utilization in the wireless sensor networks is an important factor in the success of the network. Since the nodes are wirelesses the energy conservation makes a huge difference in the lifetime and overall quality of service of the network. The work sees the government of the broadcasting of the location change information while the mobile sink is making movements in the network. The problem of broadcasting every time the node moves in the new grid was seen to be using more than required energy for the management of data flow so the improvement for this issue is being proposed. The previous POS mechanism is improved and replaced with the SPOS which is smart POS which improves the POSs energy utilization and hence the network lifetime. Simulations have shown considerable improvement in the above parameters.

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Keywords

POS, SPOS, network lifetime, Energy consumption.




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