A Methodology for an Efficient and Reliable Routing Scheme for Internet Connected Devices

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Pallavi Jha Dr. Ali Akbar Bagwan


The internet connected devices (ICD) are more energy constrained technology as the data requires more energy to transmit. In this paper, we considered the wireless sensor networks as the application domain of Internet-connected Devices. In this paper, we proposed an Energy Efficient(EE) and reliable Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks.Most of the existing protocols work for the static nodes and base station instead we proposed the algorithm for Mobile nodes as a well base station.
The proposed algorithm is hierarchal and cluster based, each cluster contains one cluster head and one deputy cluster head. The data can be transferred from the cluster to the base station in single or multihop manner. In this paper, we compared our algorithm with the existing algorithm used for the Mobile nodes and base station on the basis of Energy Efficiency, throughput and Lifetime of the nodes to prolong the sustainability of the algorithm.

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JHA, Pallavi; BAGWAN, Dr. Ali Akbar. A Methodology for an Efficient and Reliable Routing Scheme for Internet Connected Devices. ASIAN JOURNAL OF CONVERGENCE IN TECHNOLOGY, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 3, july 2017. ISSN 2350-1146. Available at: <http://asianssr.org/index.php/ajct/article/view/3935>. Date accessed: 21 oct. 2017.


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