Ghosh, Debaditya; Majumder, Pritam; Das, Ayan Kumar
September 2011
International Journal of Ad Hoc, Sensor & Ubiquitous Computing;Sep2011, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p81
Academic Journal
In today's world Wireless Ad-hoc sensor network, consists of small sensor nodes having limited resources, has a great potential to solve problems in various domain including disaster management. In this paper "QCS-protocol" is modified which was introduced in our previous paper [1] and named as "Modified QCS-protocol". This is the backbone of our Intelligent Energy Efficient Ad-hoc Sensor Network. Two other protocols "Irregular Information Transfer" & "Final Broadcast-Petrol Flow" protocol are also modified to enhance performance of the new version of QCS protocol to run the system properly and to make the network more energy efficient and perfect. The challenges in WASN are- limited node power, Ad-hoc organization of network and reliability. Most of the existing approaches addressed the problems separately, but not in a totality. This paper shows how the network can have unlimited life and all time readiness with overall stability to send information to the base station with minimum power dissipation with the help of multimode "same type" sensor nodes and type categorization of generated information. Moreover an effort is made to give some light to the implementation issues and analyzed overall performance of the network by MATLAB simulation.


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