Extending Network Lifetime through Fair Routing with Synchronization Strategies in Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks
The wireless detector network presents all detector nodes to get associate degree equal quantity of information packets in a very WSN. The nodes around a sink have to be compelled to relay additional packets and have a tendency to die ahead of alternative nodes as a result of the energy consumption of detector nodes therefore, the full network lifespan are often prolonged by equalization the communication load around a sink. This downside is named the load equalization downside and is one amongst the foremost vital problems for WSNs. The study proposes to deal with the energy potency downside by synchronizing the transmission times of all the nodes within the system. the most contribution consists then of a collection of synchronization protocols, designed on prime of CPMP (Content gift Multicast Protocol). Specifically, within the project presents a Weight primarily based Synchronization (WBS) protocol that uses the scale of synchronal node clusters as a catalyst for synchronization. whereas economical, it shows that WBS’s reliance on info contained in CPMP updates makes it liable to straightforward attacks.
Author Name: M. Jayanthi and S. Madhavi
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College: K.S. Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode.