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Priority-based Congestion Domination Protocol (PCCP) for Manipulating Upstream Congestion in Wireless Sensor Web

Author(s):

Saranya.R , Saveetha School of Engineering

Keywords:

Congestion contro; Wireless Sensor Network (WSN); Upstream Congestion; Congestion Traffic; Quality Of Services.

Abstract

Congestion in Wireless Sensor Web (WSN) occurs when traffic burden allocated to each sensor node is beyond its capacity. It is vital to manipulation the congestion traffic to support established quality of ability (such as packet defeat ratios, packet stay, wasting power and throughput) especially, multimedia request of Wireless Multimedia Sensor Network (WMSN).Congestion manipulation in WSN has been shown to be very effective alongside respect to spreading lifespan of system. Hence to avoid the congestion in WSN, we counseled an effectual protocol called Priority-based Congestion Domination Protocol (PCCP) which prevents an upstream congestion in WSN. The PCCP creates priority table established an significance of every single node, and next sends this data to all the nodes inside the network. Secondly, the main purpose of PCCP is to compute congestion level in the network employing ratio of packet inter-arrival period alongside over packet ability time. PCCP uses to manipulation upstream congestion along alongside congestion degree and packet table. PCCP is hop-by hop upstream congestion manipulation protocol for WSN. PCCP provides work for packet-based computation to optimize congestion control. It can work below both solitary trail & multipath routing. PCCP ensures promise of packet defeat as well as delay, emerging every single node can circumvent unfairness and achieve flexible throughput. In this paper, we have counseled that PCCP provides larger Q o S by manipulating web recourse management and web traffic to consuming effectual energy.

Other Details

Paper ID: IJSRDV2I3668
Published in: Volume : 2, Issue : 3
Publication Date: 01/06/2014
Page(s): 1582-1587

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