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Implementation of Energy Balanced GTEB Dynamic Routing protocol for improving Network Lifetime of WSN


Rekha , GNDEC college Bidar, Karnataka, India; Dr. Anuradha M.S , GNDEC college Bidar, Karnataka, India


Energy balance geographical routing protocol, game theory, GTEB, GPS or positioning hardware


In the wireless sensor network, sensors or nodes are generally battery powered devices. These nodes have limited amount of initial energy that are consumed at different rate, depending on the power level. To maximize network lifetime in WSN the paths for data transfer are selected in such a way that the total energy consumed along the path is minimized. GTEB routing protocol is proposed to solve the problem of Energy balance and increase network lifetime by balancing traffic load at two levels, over regions and at the nodes in these regions. The energy balance at the region is achieved using EGT while that at the node level is achieved using CGT. This theory was further improved by implementing the dynamic concept, GTEB needs positioning hardware in the sensor nodes or alternatively, the pre-programing of the node location . Simulation test details shows that proposed system GTEB dynamic mode considerably recuperates network performance by saving the energy and the time.

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Paper ID: NCACCP033
Published in: Conference 8 : NCACC-2016
Publication Date: 01/10/2016
Page(s): 134-138

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