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Energy efficiency maximization algorithm for underwater Mobile sensor networks

Abstract

Modern Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks (UWSN) would provide big administrations with numerous underwater surveying and technical applications, working in the unstable submerged deep-water conditions. A huge obstacle in these networks is the lifetime limit. The submerged correspondence frameworks mostly employ acoustic communication today. Acoustic interchange communication offers longer ranges that are yet limited by three variables: restricted and subordinate data transmission, time-differing multi-way engendering and low speed of sound. In this paper, an AUV (Autonomous Underwater Vehicle)-assisted acoustic correspondence convention, specifically Energy Efficiency Maximization Algorithm (EEMA) has been proposed to minimize the energy consumption. Underwater sensor networks depend on the hub ceaseless operation, the restricted correspondence transmission capacity and the hub lifetime, which entails difficulties in the operation of USWN. The proposed system will enhance the lifetime by lessening the number of bounces amid sensor transmissions, which fundamentally lessens time utilization and lifetime. Dynamic AUV ways and dynamic gateway assignments will enhance lifetime – proficiency balance proportion in the submerged system. To decrease the system energy utilization with an acceptable conveyance proportion is recommended. The Experimental results show that the proposed methodology has improved the level of energy compared with related techniques.

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Pasupathi, S., Vimal, S., Harold-Robinson, Y. et al. Energy efficiency maximization algorithm for underwater Mobile sensor networks. Earth Sci Inform 14, 215–225 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12145-020-00478-1

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Keywords

  • Underwater sensor networks
  • Transmit path/route
  • AUV route devising
  • Transmit assisted route devising