Performance Comparison of Different Hierarchical Routing Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks Subject to Different Location of Base Station

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Title

Performance Comparison of Different Hierarchical Routing Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks Subject to Different Location of Base Station

Description

In this project we consider the problem of positioning Base Station (BS) in the case of hierarchical routing protocol of Wireless Ensor Networks (WSNs) which are either cluster based or chain based or combination of both under their heterogeneous settings. We show that in general, the choice of positions has a marked influence on the data rate, the power efficiency, and the life time, stability period of the WSNs. The WSNs is assumed to be static, and each sensor uses power at some rate, which can depend on the sensor, to transmit messages to other sensors within some range. Every sensor’s messages must be routed to some BS where data can be processed. Some hierarchical routing protocols provide high stability period than other hierarchical routing protocol when BS is located at the center of the sensor field coordination. Again some hierarchical routing protocols provide comparatively higher stability period when BS is located far from the sensor fields than those hierarchical routing protocols which provide high stability period when BS is located at the center of the sensor fields. In our simulation result it is revealed that the performance of any considered routing protocols can either improve or degrade as compared with another in terms stability period depending on the location of the base station which would be either inside or outside of the sensor field.

Creator

Ridwan Ul Islam Mahdi, Halida Homyara, Farhana Enam

Source

http://www.scirj.org/feb-2015-paper.php?rp=P0215233

Publisher

Scirj Volume III, Issue 2, February 2015 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Citation

Ridwan Ul Islam Mahdi, Halida Homyara, Farhana Enam , “Performance Comparison of Different Hierarchical Routing Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks Subject to Different Location of Base Station ,” Scientific Research Journal -> Research Library, accessed February 25, 2018, http://www.scirj.org/rp/items/show/138.

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