Geospatial Division Based Geographic Routing for Interference Avoidance in Underwater WSNs
In underwater wireless sensor networks (UWSNs), geographic routing paradigm seems promising choice for data transmission in severely limited acoustic communication channel conditions. The main challenge of geographic routing in sparse network conditions is communication void. In this context, we propose geospatial division based geo-opportunistic routing scheme for interference avoidance (GDGOR-IA) focusing on interference in the network. The scheme is twofold, selection of target cube and selection of optimal next hop forwarder node in the target cube.
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