TITLE

Investigation of Different Parameters of Dynamic Source Routing with varied Terrain Areas and Traffic Condition for Wireless Sensor Network

AUTHOR(S)
Sharma, Virendra Kumar; Gupta, Ravindra Prakash; Shrimal, Vijay Mohan
PUB. DATE
April 2012
SOURCE
Advances in Computational Sciences & Technology;2012, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p1007
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are group of small sensor nodes and wireless communication capabilities. WSNs often uses many routing protocols, power management protocols and data dissemination protocols where the design is to energy awareness and how can save energy. easy deployment, fast communication and low maintenance are main advantage of wireless sensor network. The functionalities and parameters of individual devices in the wireless sensor network (WSN) are very limited like processing speed, storage capacity, and communication bandwidth. When these devices are integrated, it will have processing capabilities, but not individual. According to the physical phenomena within the network itself we must combine these devices. Wireless Sensor Networks are the latest trends in the market due to the demand for communication and networking among these wireless network devices have been increased for different applications. The routing protocols are used in the Wireless Sensor Networks for efficient communication of data between sensor nodes. The designs of routing protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks are very concern because of they are influenced by many challenging factors. These factors must be overcome before efficient communication can be achieved in Wireless Sensor Networks. The main focus of this paper is to discuss and evaluate the performance of different parameters in different scenarios and different terrain areas which may be small, large and very large in wireless sensor network using Dynamic Source routing protocols and for monitoring of critical conditions with the help of important parameters like Throughput, Packet Delivery Fraction, and End-to-End delay in different scenarios.
ACCESSION #
98509659

 

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