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Energy Efficient Routing Protocol for IOT Based Application

  • Virendrakumar A. Dhtore
  • Avnish Raj Verma
  • Somnath B. Thigale
Conference paper

Abstract

The emerging technology called Internet of Things (IoT) for the various applications related to the smart cities under the significant research and developments. The studies reveal that the routing is a key part of IoT applications such as monitoring systems, vehicular systems etc. Thus the designing the robust energy efficient routing protocols are always the difficult tasks for the researchers by considering the generalized IoT applications. There are different types of routing protocols are designed but the energy issue still remains. The many researchers are still working on this problem but the system needs more energy efficient routing protocol for the increase life and performance of the IoT applications. In this paper, we presenting the study of some recent energy efficient routing protocols for wireless communications, and then design the different IoT based networks for their performance evaluation. We designed the IoT networks with various network conditions using the NS2 simulator. The outcome of this paper is the identification of current research problems based on the experimental analysis.

Keywords

Internet of Things (IoT) Energy Efficient Routing Protocols Monitoring System Wireless Network Communication NS2 Simulator 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Virendrakumar A. Dhtore
    • 1
  • Avnish Raj Verma
    • 1
  • Somnath B. Thigale
    • 1
  1. 1.MUITLucknowIndia

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