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Clustering Protocols in Wireless Sensor Network: A Simulation

Author(s):

Atal Choudhary , IGCE Abhipur, Punjab 140109; Rajesh Kumar, IGCE Abhipur, Punjab 140109 / Head of Department

Keywords:

Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), APTEEN, Ant Colony Algorithm, Multiple Routes

Abstract

Wireless sensor networks with hundreds of tiny sensor nodes, are expected to achieve wide applicability and increasing deployment in coming years, as they enables the reliable monitoring and analysis of the environment. This paper, we propose a hybrid routing protocol (APTEEN) which allows for comprehensive information retrieval. The nodes in such a network not only react to time-critical situations, but also give an overall image of the network at periodic intervals in a very energy efficient manner. We judge the performance of these protocols and observe that these protocols are observed to outperform existing protocols in terms of energy consumption and longevity of the network. This paper shows us a Multiple Adaptive Threshold-sensitive Energy Efficient Network based on Ant-colony (AMAPTEEN). The optimization of ADCAPTEEN and CH selects intermediate node (IM_node) multiple times along with ant colony algorithm per round in each cluster, and this way forms the multiple route transmission data. Simulation in the OPNET proves that compared with APTEEN, ADCAPTEEN, AMAPTEEN reduces energy dissipation, improves node survival rate, and extends network life time.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV7I70090
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 7
Publication Date: 01/10/2019
Page(s): 126-131

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