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Linear Architecture Mixed-Routing Scheme Based Wireless Sensor Networks 6G Communication: From Orchestrating to Reshuffling

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As one effective way to be a confluence of past trends with higher level of connectivity. And to reshuffle the convergence connected things to upcoming connected intelligence things. A sustainable wireless sensor networks communication infrastructure for new generation environment. Need stringents energy efficiency, maximum network lifetime, and full coverage. Wherefore, our paper focuses mainly on enhancing a reduction energy consumption of wireless sensor networks. In order to extend the lifetime of wireless sensor networks, while ensuring less holes than possible and improving the coverage. The study consists in the network performance analysis of linear architectures mixed-routing scheme with 3hops. As one of the applications for data compression. The distance d reduction leads to a gradual decrease in the energy consumption.

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  • Linear architecture
  • Less holes
  • Balancing energy
  • Maximizing network lifetime
  • Full coverage

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This work is supported by the national project PGC2018-094151-B-I00. I thank the scientific advice of my Professor.

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Chaffai, A. (2022). Linear Architecture Mixed-Routing Scheme Based Wireless Sensor Networks 6G Communication: From Orchestrating to Reshuffling. In: Berrezueta, S., Abad, K. (eds) Doctoral Symposium on Information and Communication Technologies - DSICT. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol 846. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-93718-8_1

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