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Modeling and Analysis of Energy Efficient Media Access Control Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks Using OMNET++

  • Harish JoshiEmail author
  • Ravindra V. Eklarker
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 98)

Abstract

There are relatively few Media Access control (MAC) to display the sorted out and available remote sensor show usages, which remain close-by IEEE 802.15.4 models. This Scenario contains two Steps. To a restricted degree 1, the 3 sensor framework MAC shows with three model preoccupations of a remote sensor architecture. Somewhat, we look at the three models that utilizes the estimation systems. The simulation is performed by using the simulator OMNET++, The experimentations are also done for Wireless Sensor Networks. Then the results show the expected improvements in our approach when compared to the standard IEEE 802.15.4 in the MAC layer.

Keywords

INET XMAC LMAC BMAC NED SMAC 

Notes

Acknowledgment

We would like to exhibit a Deep Sense of Gratitude to The guardians, Family Members and Friends for their help and nonstop direction, for composing this paper. This work was upheld by Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College Bidar. Special Thanks to Dr. S. Balbir Singhji, Mrs. Reshma Kaurji, Dr. B. S. Dhaliwal. We are appreciative to our partners who gave mastery that extraordinarily helped the exploration. We are additionally thankful to my partners for help who directed this paper and in that line improved the original copy altogether. We are likewise monstrously appreciative to the reviewers of ICICT-2019 for their remarks on a previous manuscript of the original copy.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College BidarBidarIndia

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