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End-to-End Delay Analyses via LER in Wireless Sensor Networks

  • K. RameshEmail author
  • V. Kannan
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Part of the Intelligent Systems Reference Library book series (ISRL, volume 172)

Abstract

Virtual lives of present generation peoples are facing lack of green environmental and good health condition. Emerging developmental applications of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) is the most necessary thing to deploy and monitor our physical world like disaster, agriculture and healthcare. For the most challenging characteristics of WSN facing energy drain out, unlike to easy or possible to replace the battery of WSN and also an end-to-end performance of reliability of data communication due to delay. Through this work made an analysis of IEEE 805.15.4 MAC with changing routing direction. Moreover, considering the CSMA/CA MAC with Redundant Radix Based Number size communication (RRBNs) system. Added to multi-hop networks with novel based routing schemes of Low Energy Routing (LER) direction. In particular, a various load condition of networks determine different performance regarding the delay, energy consumption and reliability of communication links. Finally, determine the network equations based on Markov chain model and communicating the data via RRBNs communication system and also finding the solution at critical condition for various load distribution of the WSNs.

Keywords

IEEE 802.15.4 MAC CSMA/CA Redundant radix based number size communication Markov chain Low energy routing 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.St. Peter’s Institute of Higher Education and ResearchChennaiIndia
  2. 2.GMR Institute of TechnologyRajamIndia

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